A majority of voters in Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s congressional district hold a favorable view of her even as a similar majority believe Amazon’s decision to back away from a project in Long Island City was bad for New York, a Siena College poll released Wednesday found.

The survey of the 14th House district in the Bronx and Queens found Ocasio-Cortez holds a 52 percent to 33 percent favorability rating among voters three months into her first term.

Forty-eight percent of voters, including 61 percent of Democrats say they would support her 2020 re-election. Thirty-nine percent say they would support someone else.

Ocasio-Cortez’s upset primary last June against incumbent Rep. Joe Crowley sent shockwaves through the New York political world and catapulted her to political superstardom, making her an avatar for the progressive left.

She became the focal point of the opposition to a planned campus for Amazon in Queens that would have brought as many as 25,000 jobs tied to $2 billion in tax credits from the state.

Amazon ultimately pulled out of the deal, citing local opposition.

The poll found 57 percent of voters in the 14th district believe Amazon canceling the project was bad for New York, while 32 percent believe the scuttled deal was a positive development. By a margin of 58 percent to 35 percent, voters in Ocasio-Cortez’s district support Gov. Andrew Cuomo attempt to woo Amazon back to New York.

Ocasio-Cortez is popular with Democrats, even as only 25 percent of voters in the district describe themselves as Democratic socialists as she does.

“AOC’s favorability is a plus 19 in a district where two-thirds of votes are Democrats,” said Siena College Research Institute Director Don Levy. “Among Democrats her favorability soars to 65 percent and moves even higher to 79 percent among self-described liberals. Although it is very early, with nearly half of all voters and 61 percent of Democrats saying that they would vote to re-elect Ocasio-Cortez in 2020, she may be in position to represent this district for at least another term.”

The poll was conducted from March 31 to April 4 with 607 registered voters in English and Spanish. It has a margin of error of 4.3 percentage points.

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