While a few state races remain unresolved, we'll assume that the current vote totals prevail. So, if electoral votes were awarded proportionally, Joe Biden would get 271 votes (50.3% of the 538 total electoral votes) and Donald Trump would get 267 (49.7% of the 538 total electoral votes). As the chart shows, that matched-up pretty well with the actual popular vote totals:
PROPORTIONAL EC VOTES 50.3% 49.7%
POPULAR VOTE 50.7% 47.6%*
*balance of vote going to third parties
The proportional Electoral College approach is clearly a much better reflection of the closeness of this year's race than what the current 'winner-take-all system' will eventually show. This one simple change—an approach already taken by both Maine and Nebraska—would improve electoral representativeness and avoid the need to go to a popular vote system.