Let $X$ be a projective variety over a field of characteristic zero and assume that $X$ has finite quotient singularities, that is, $X$ is a union of affine open subsets of the form $Y/G$, where $G$ is a finite group acting on $Y$.

Is it true that the intersection complex $IC_X$ is $\mathbb{Q}_X[\mathrm{dim X}]$?

I know this is true for non-singular $X$ and I would like to know if it extends to finite quotient singularities. I have no doubt that this is well-known but I was unable to find quickly a reference.

So thanks for your help!