Given New Hampshire voters' history of often not voting for the eventual Democratic presidential nominee, Josh Bis, a graduate student in epidemiology at the University of Washington, said he felt good about Dean's second-place finish in New Hampshire, even considering his sizable lead in the polls just weeks ago.
"At this time, I don't think it's time to worry," said Bis, who has been telephoning Washington voters urging them to support Dean at their caucuses. "We're still in it." [seattle times]
On the "still in it" front, this is kind of neat: I can't tell if it's a comprehensive listing, but RealClearPolitics lists a bunch of state-by-state poll results.