Can someone explain the data visualization of Google's live election results to me?
My understanding is that the states they've "called" have a check mark that is blue if a Democrat (Clinton) victory or red if a Republican (Trump) victory. The results additionally show the number of votes report thusfar as a count and as a percent. The states they consider too early to call based on the % of precincts reporting do not have a check mark.
However, in the case of Washington it has been "called" as a Democrat (Clinton) victory, but shows a higher count and percent for Trump (?).
Note: There were some smaller third party candidates cut off in the screenshot above, like 2 Socialist candidates.