It’s pretty clear the CNN numbers are % of votes counted; you’ll note that for each county in the country they have 100%; 100% of precincts have reported AT ALL, but they have not counted all of their votes - thus the “71% in” number they report for California, even though every county in California shows 100% of precincts reporting.
And running the spreadsheet assuming the statewide “% in” numbers are % of total votes counted, not precincts reporting, results in very believable vote totals that are similar to 2008; with the notable exception of Washington and Oregon (big mail-in voters tates) - must be something wrong with their % of vote in as the vote totals end up too high - and New York and New Jersey being low - Sandy an obvious explanation there suggesting in those states turnout was in fact down.
Oregon is total mail-in. They thought it was a good idea. At the same time it ends up more costly and takes longer.
Washington is one of those places where the major vote generating systems in the Western urban areas are essentially corrupt. No one can know what the vote is until the last lost satchel is recounted!