Residents of Los Angeles, Atlanta and Boston are among those most willing to extend financial incentives or taxpayer support to land’s second North American headquarters, while residents of Austin and Denver were most opposed to public subsidies for the project.

That’s according to a survey of 7,397 people who live in the U.S. cities that Seattle-based has announced as finalists for its $5 billion HQ2 campus.

Sixty percent of those polled across the cities supported incentives…

Seattle Biz Journal
Los Angeles, Atlanta residents are most supportive of incentives to win Amazon's coveted HQ2