People agree the sequester is bad. They don’t agree on how to fix it.

Big majorities of Democrats, Republicans and independents believe that the sequester will hurt the economy and the military. But a newly released Washington Post-ABC News poll reveals that no proposed solutions to the sequester (of five tested) rallies majority support across party lines.

That’s the conundrum facing Obama and Congress as they search for a replacement for across-the-board cuts that both parties blamed each other for causing. Fully two-thirds of Americans want lawmakers to work to stop the cuts from continuing, but there’s much less consensus about what to replace them with. [cont.]

Scott Clement & Chris Cillizza, Washington Post