Oh, the sad, forgettable, anonymous Robert “Beto” O’Rourke.

The struggling one-time media darling — who is currently at 0.0 percent in New Hampshire polls — was asked an awkward question by a Manchester Democrat picnic attendee: “Who are you?”

“Who are you? I don’t know who you are,” he said, wondering if O’Rourke was born with a “silver spoon in his mouth.”

Beto doubled over, laughing.

But his recent poll numbers in the state can only make him wince and grimace.

The failed Senate candidate scored a 0.0 percent support among primary voters, according to a St. Anselm College poll taken late last week.

The poll found Joe Biden still leading, with 20.8 percent support, but that shrinking, with a major gain by Sen. Kamala Harris, who netted 17.5 percent.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren is at 16.7 percent and Mayor Pete Buttigieg is at 11.5 percent, the survey finds.

Sen. Bernie Sanders is at 9.9 percent, while Andrew Yang is at 4.9 percent.

No other candidate — including Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Marianne Williamson, Sen. Cory Booker, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Gov. Jay Inslee — had more than 3 percent.

Beto sits with a big fat zero, according to the poll. In April, he had the support of 6.4 percent of Democrats.