Michael Moore is once again urging leftists to ignore the pollsters ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections.

This time, he is trying to warn them that the New York Times/Siena poll recently conducted on the Texas Senate race is not accurately reflecting the amount of support Beto O’Rourke has, particularly among younger voters.

The survey showed Cruz with an eight-point advantage over O’Rourke (51 to 43 percent).

The Real Clear Politics average of polls in this race shows Cruz with a 6.5 percent advantage overall, which would exceed most every margin of error.

Since Democrats have no chance of competing with Trump and Republicans on important issues, such as the economy, Moore just wants neighborly Dems to go next door and “share feelings” about voting D.

That should be convincing.