Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino chided businessman Donald Trump for touting a poll on Twitter and challenged him to release the results.

Astorino added Trump’s hovering presence won’t hurt him, mainly because most GOP officials don’t “take him seriously.”

“Everyone we’ve talked to in New York City or around the state doesn’t take him seriously, quite frankly and their support would be for me whether he’s running or not and that would be universal.

Trump tweeted earlier on Wednesday afternoon that an internal poll conducted by his office found he would defeat Astorino handily in a Republican primary contest, 77 percent to 23 percent.

Astorino, speaking with reporters in Albany, laughed off the poll.

“Show it. I mean, c’mon. Show it. that’s kind of silly stuff,” Astorino said.

In an emailed statement, Trump aide Michael Cohen provided more details.

“The poll was conducted by Michael D. Cohen, Executive Vice President and Special Counsel to Mr. Trump, as an internal poll that questioned, amongst other things, the various GOP leaders that came to Trump Tower to meet and encourage Mr. Trump to run for Governor.”

Trump’s allies have insisted the businessman and TV personality remains a serious potential candidate for governor and that most party officials remain in his corner.

Astorino today at the Capitol says that isn’t the case.

“I would say we have a healthy majority of the Republican support in this state as the same with the Conservative Party,” Astorino said.

As to whether Trump will indeed run, Astorino wouldn’t say if he thinks the mogul is serious.

“If Donald Trump wants to run, then run. Nothing is stopping him,” he said.

Astorino seemingly encouraged Trump to travel more around New York, as well.

“Start going around the state, there’s 62 counties, just in case he wasn’t aware,” Astorino said. “And he should be meeting people of all political stripes just like I am”

He added, “It is a big state, not just 5th Avenue.”