With 88% of precints in, Sanders has beaten Clinton in the Democratic primary with, as of now, with 60% to 38.4%. While he was projected to win in NH for quite a while, I am not sure where the margin of victory falls in the expectations game, which matters more than the victories themselves (in fact, at this moment Clinton has tentatively accumulated more delegates in the state than Sanders).
On the GOP side, with 88% of precincts reporting in, Trump cruised to first and second was called for Kasich early on with roughly 35% and 16% respectively. Im not sure if they have been called yet, but Cruz, Bush, and Rubio currently round out the top five but are all within a percentage point (between 10.5% and 11.5%) and have roughly 1000 voter gaps between each other. If Rubio remains in fifth place, his only consolation is that Christie, who so effectively kneecapped Rubio in the last debate days ago, finished in a distance sixth place with 7.5%, only a few points ahead of Fiorina and Carson.