Supporters of Amazon’s plan to bring up to 40,000 jobs to Queens tied to $3 billion in tax credits cheered a poll released Tuesday by Siena College finding statewide support for the plan.

“Queens and Amazon are a perfect match,” said Thomas Grech, the president of the Queens Chamber of Commerce. “Our diverse talent pool, entrepreneurial spirit, thriving arts scene and boundless energy will help Amazon continue to grow and thrive, and Amazon’s presence in our borough will create jobs for local residents, catalyze economic activity, support small businesses in our community, as well as generate tax revenue.”

The poll found a broad cross-section of voters back the deal, 56 percent to 32 percent. Among New York City voters, support for the plan stood at 58 percent to 35 percent. In suburban communities, voters there backed the deal 66 percent to 25 percent.

Opponents, meanwhile, questioned the survey’s accuracy.

In a joint statement, Deborah Axt, co-executive director of Make the Road New York; Jonathan Westin, executive director of New York Communities for Change, and Maritza Silva-Farrell, executive director of ALIGN, said the poll failed to capture discontent with the proposal.

“Sienna (sic) spent zero time on the ground in communities where we regularly hear New Yorkers express concerns about Amazon’s anti-worker record, close ties to ICE, and negative impact on Seattle,” they said. “The sample set for their latest poll was heavily skewed toward wealthier and whiter New Yorkers earning $100,000 a year or more. It completely overlooks the intense opposition to Amazon among immigrant New Yorkers who are nonvoters and non-registered voters, and live in places like Queens.”