We'll never know.
Absentee and provisional ballots are not counted unless and untill the race is still undecided after the counting of ballots cast at the polls. If, as in all states this election, the number of absentee EVER counted.
There are several million absentee ballots Absentee ballots are approximately 2/3 Military. Who tend to vote 2/3 republican.
Hillary "won" by 200,000 votes?
very doubtful. But,
We'll never know.
We DO know who won the Electoral college vote.
Because that's what counts.
My authority on how elections work? I did county government software, which includes election tabulation software, for 10 years, all over the eastern united states. I also served as a precinct judge in my county for 3 years, and can tell you exactly how absentee votes are (not) counted in my home county.
In every case, voting is handled at a county level, and is therefore subject to the whims and vagaries of every single county clerk of courts or other county level authority in the country.
What they have in common is a lack of permanent staff and a disinclination to waste time and money on tabulating information that no one requires or funds them to collect. Once they know who won an election beyond the margin that uncounted absentee or provisional ballots could change it, it is a waste of time and money to handle, hand count often, the paper ballots sent in by absentees.
Ballots cast at polling places are overwhelmingly electronic on voting machines. No muss, no fuss, no bother. You can even keep a running total. Elections are overwhelmingly decided by these electronic ballots, beyond the possibility of change by absentee ballots.
On the other hand, absentee and provisional ballots are all some form of cardboard or paper ballot that requires tabulation by handling each and every ballot. If this is done, someone must be paid to do it. No one pays for this tabulation, no one requires the results.
The easy choice is to put the paper ballots into storage until the election is certified, then dispose of them. Does EVERY county authority do it this way? No, I'm sure there are counties that DO count every ballot.
The short answer, though, is that since a majority of counties do NOT count beyond the election result, there never will be an actual count of the “popular” vote.