Responding to several worthwhile questions from Derek and Lidzville, I put together my own graph. Here, I've taken the difference between a CNN poll conducted two days before the NH primary and the actual results of the Democratic primary. (The CNN poll was pretty close to the average of polling organizations leading up to the primary.)
Once again, we see that Hillary Clinton did way better than expected, getting nearly 10 points more than the polls forecast. Obama and Richardson seem to have lost roughly two points each. That would certainly be within the poll's margin of error. So again, we see that the polls pretty much nailed the candidates' vote shares, with the exception of Clinton's, which they grossly underestimated.
To answer Lidzville's question -- where did Hillary's vote share come from? -- if you add the two points that Obama lost, the two points that Richardson lost, and the six percent who were undecided, you get all ten points that went to Hillary.
That can't be the whole story, though, since it assumes that all the undecideds went to Clinton, which the exit polls tell us just isn't true. She only had a three-point advantage over Obama among those who decided on the last day. So something's still a bit screwy here. There really was a problem with the polling on the Democratic side.