Got to get to work, but here's a first diary with some quick data I ran this morning after being awakened uncomfortably early by my 3-year-old.
With most of the vote counted, Colorado appears to have been the tipping point state at Obama +3.7, but the popular vote will come in at about Obama +2 - Obama +2.5.
The full breakdown based on NY Times election results is below the fold.
State/Margin/Marginal EVs/Cumulative EVs
SAFE BLUE/+10 or better/179/179
National Popular Vote +2.0
I assume the remaining CA vote will push Obama's popular vote advantage to around +2.5 but that's still over a percentage point of difference.
Hopefully the red state GOP elite will notice this gap and sign on to the National Popular Vote Bill.