Sorry but all the reliable outlets are saying just 800.
"Carrier confirmed to CNNMoney on Friday that it never planned to move 300 administrative and engineering positions. Those jobs are at a different Indianapolis location, separate from the plant with the 1,400 factory worker jobs that has been in the headlines recently. Under the deal with Trump, Carrier agreed to keep the furnace part of the plant open, saving 800 jobs in Indianapolis. But it's still moving 600 jobs to Mexico to make fan coils."
"Carrier also confirmed Friday that a second factory owned by Carrier corporate parent United Technologies (UTX) is also still moving to Mexico. That move will cost Indiana another 700 jobs."
To recap: Saved 800, 300 were never moving, 600 jobs from Indy going anyhow, and 700 from the plant in Huntington still going.
2100 total on the line, 800 saved, 1300 not saved. A 38% success rate. That's far below even D- performance.