WASHINGTON (AP) - An Associated Press-GfK poll has found that a divided public would be willing to shut the government or halt its ability to borrow to pay bills if President Barack Obama doesn't agree to spending cuts in return.

WASHINGTON (AP) An Associated Press-GfK poll has found that a divided public would be willing to shut the government or halt its ability to borrow to pay bills if President Barack Obama doesn't agree to spending cuts in return.

While Republicans hold that view strongly, most Democrats disagree.

Republican congressional leaders reached a deal with the White House and Democratic leaders late Monday on a two-year budget plan that would avert a debt crisis.

The survey also finds that the public doesn't support some more specific goals the GOP has pursued this year as the price for keeping the government open. Most people have little taste for shutdowns over halting federal payments to Planned Parenthood, repealing Obama's health care overhaul or blocking a nuclear deal with Iran.