Jon Huntsman was running neck and neck with "Other" for awhile but he's pulled into a comfortable lead not only over Other, but also Buddy Roemer and Herman Cain.
Michelle Bachmann is at 5%. I can't see how she survives this. Her whole schtick was being from next door in Minnesota. If she gets more than 2% in New Hampshire, that would be a miracle. Or a rounding error.
Rick Perry is at about 10%. He has a ton of money to keep going, but if he can't top 15% in Iowa he's not going to do much better. I guess South Carolina is still viable for him.
Former front runner Newton Gingrich is at 13%. I guess a ton of Super PAC attack ads really work, especially when their target is Newton Gingrich.
Ron Paul is at 21%. This is pretty disappointing for him, I think. He actually had a shot at building in New Hampshire, considering the youth vote and the large Libertarian vote presence. He was doomed in the long run, but he could have made a race of it for a few weeks.
Santorum and Romney are trading leads at 24%. One will wind up with a few hundred more votes than the other, but the obvious real winner here is Romney. Santorum won't last very long as the Not-Mitt. The guy is a joke.
New Hampshire will likely give Romney about 50%. The next test is really South Carolina.