Like millions of people, I’m biting my nails over tomorrow’s New Hampshire primary. I’ve pretty much accepted that Howard Dean is not going to make it, but Richard Morin and Claudia Deane in today’s WaPo note that New Hampshire is always full of surprises. Dubbing the state “the graveyard of pollsters,” Morin & Deane recall past upsets (Pat Buchanan beating Dole in ’96; John McCain winning by 18 points four years ago when the polls had him neck and neck with GWB) and explore why the granite state is, as Dole put it, “so hard to crack.” They are particularly interesting on Zogby International.