A solid majority of New York State voters support the $ 3 billion deal to bring Amazon to Queens – especially minorities, according to a poll released Tuesday.
The pollen in Siena College asked: "Do you approve or disapprove of the recently announced agreement between Amazon and New York, which provides up to $ 3 billion in state and city incentives to Amazon as opposed to Amazon location of the company's offices in Queens, where it expected to generate 25,000 jobs? "
Result: 56 percent of voters approved the state, while 36 percent did not.
In New York City, 58 percent of registered voters supported the plan, while 35 percent opposed it.
"Although Amazon is said to be rethinking deals to be found in Queens, at twenty-point New York voters approve the deal," poll poll Don Levy said.
"In New York City, where some local activists have the vote, voters approve the agreement with 23 points" he adds.
Among the black voters, 70 percent of the agreement supported while only 25 percent protested.
And among Latinos, 81
White was in favor, 51 percent to 40 percent.
Amazon has been criticized for being hostile to unions. But even voters in the union's households support bringing retail giant to the Big Apple – 53 percent in favor compared to 40 percent against.
The Siena survey was more bullish on the Amazon agreement than a Quinnipiac University survey conducted in December, which found that 46 percent of New York City voters approved the incentive package, while 44 percent did not.
The Siena question asked 778 registered voters from 4-7. February and has a margin of error of 4.3 percentage points.