Breaking down New Hampshire
The New Hampshire exit polls are interesting.
Regarding Obama's surprising defeat, it appears young voters didn't turn out in quite the numbers they did in Iowa. It also appears John McCain "stole" a lot of the independent vote. This supports what analysts have been saying for some time, that McCain is the only red candidate that could take on Obama.
Hillary overwhelmingly won the support of women voters. I was surprised to see that Obama won the vote of the better educated population. I really didn't think there'd be any difference between him and Hillary on that front.
On the GOP side of things, the one-issue voters (abortion) all went to Huckabee. Romney took the voters who claimed to be satisfied or very satisfied with the Bush administration. He was also the one most voters considered to have run a negative campaign. McCain won the older vote, the independent vote, and the pro-war vote. Giuliani, not looking near as strong as he once did, finished in a virtual tie with Ron Paul at less than 10%.