If I search US election result in Google it shows a box with apparently the number of electors a candidate has received, which looks like it is sourced from AP (eg: Biden/trump: 131/92 at current count).
However, the BBC's reporting shows a different number for each candidate (Eg: Biden/Trump: 89/72 at current count).
As far as I understand only few states have so far declared a formal outcome of their elections, and due to the huge number of votes that have been sent through mail this year, the formal final result may not even come out today.
So why are Google's (or AP's?) and BBC's reporting of current results so different? Moreover I think they are showing a number as their result that is too high. Is it really? Are they both just showing their predictions of who might get how many electors, based on the current formally acknowledged vote count? If that is the case, shouldn't the number of electors won go down sometimes as more votes are counted? I have only seen them go up. What is actually going on here?