From the Morning Memo:

New York City voters like having Amazon building an office complex in Queens, but are weary of $3 billion in tax breaks being given to the company in exchange for up to 25,000 jobs.

That was according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday — giving ammunition to both sides in the debate over the company’s plans for New York City.

For supporters of the plan, including Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office, it was a vindication that social media isn’t reflective of the public sentiment at large. A majority of voters, 57 percent in New York City, like the idea of Amazon coming to Long Island City in Queens.

But opponents of the plan pointed to the skepticism the tax incentives, an issue that split voters. The incentives only kick if the company can prove the jobs were created.

“New Yorkers are making clear they agree that too much inequality exists in our communities and giving billions of taxpayer dollars to trillion dollar corporations makes things worse, not better,” said Sen. Mike Gianaris and Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer, two prominent opponents of the deal. “It is also clear that the more people learn about the deal, the less they like it.”

The lawmakers have also not signaled they’ll back off from plans to pursue oversight of the deal or file a legal challenge against it.