Only 18 percent of voters think Congress and President-elect Donald TrumpDonald TrumpFive reasons for Biden, GOP to be thankful this season Giving thanks for Thanksgiving itself Immigration provision in Democrats' reconciliation bill makes no sense MORE should fully repeal ObamaCare, a new poll released Thursday finds.
Another 47 percent said only some of ObamaCare should be repealed, while 31 percent said it should be left untouched.
The responses about whether Trump should support a repeal largely fall along party lines.
Eighty-six percent of Republican voters said Trump should support the repeal, while 78 percent of Democrats said he should not.
Overall, 48 percent said he should back a repeal, while 47 percent said he shouldn't.
Congressional Republicans are looking to repeal ObamaCare through budget reconciliation, a special maneuver that only requires 50 votes to pass in the Senate and prevents Democrats from filibustering.
The Senate took its first steps Thursday toward repealing ObamaCare by passing a budget resolution that is being used as a vehicle for rolling back the law. The House will vote on the resolution Friday.
Trump said earlier this week that his administration would put forward a plan that repeal and replace the law "simultaneously."
Speaker Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanNo time for the timid: The dual threats of progressives and Trump Juan Williams: Pelosi shows her power Cheney takes shot at Trump: 'I like Republican presidents who win re-election' MORE (R-Wis.) said this week congressional Republicans also wanted to repeal and replace the law at the same time, though no replacement has been proposed yet.
Democrats argue that repealing the bill without a replacement will throw millions off of their health insurance and send the markets into turmoil.