As the new, updated chart shows, that scenario (once again) holds—with the actual popular vote closely matching what would have been the proportional Electoral College allocations:
BIDEN (271) TRUMP (267)
PROPORTIONAL EC VOTES 50.6% 49.4%
POPULAR VOTE 51.0% 47.3%*
*balance of vote going to third parties
This proportional Electoral College system much more clearly reflects the closeness of this year's race than the current 'winner-take-all' system. Under our current system, Biden received 306 electoral votes to 232 for Trump (a misleading 57% to 43% margin). Once again, this one simple switch to a proportional system would dramatically improve electoral representativeness—and still give the nation the same winners and losers.