In deconstructing what went so very wrong in New Hampshire, the Hillary Clinton inner circle realize they failed to capture the voters' imaginations. Here is the coverage by Amy Chozick in The New York Times.
In essence, Clinton and her messaging are boring. The only group whose votes she got were the 65-and-over crowd. Clinton is so much the old-style carefully scripted politico. Bernie Sanders is not. He even allows his agitation to show.
Can Clinton change? That's unlikely. She's no longer plastic.
The last time she could slip into a new persona easily was when she decided to fit in well as a U.S. Senator from New York. She got her marching orders from West Virginia's Robert Byrd.
Before that, after she was crushed in her attempt to reform healthcare during her husband's first term, she took on the role of the traditional First Lady. That included overseeing the White House easter egg hunt.
So ossified has Clinton become that when she attempts to step out of her The Professional Woman persona it looks downright scary. The example of that is when she flashes a big smile. It seems something out of a Halloween horror flick.
Sanders, as the speech coaches call it, comes across as authentic. If he can keep that up he could wind up the nominee for the Democratic party.