Technically if Biden had 14.1 million views, and Trump had 13.5 million views, on cable/satelite, not including youtube or internet streaming views, Trump still won.
Remember that Biden supporters are largely concentrated in dense urban areas, while Trump supporters are largely suburban and rural. Thanks to the electoral vote pure numbers don't matter. Since if was a pure numbers voting system even if the entire country voted for Trump, and only NYC, and LA voted purely for Biden, Biden would win.
Trump policies appeal more to agricultural and manufacturing communities, which Biden's policies would totally fuck over. Biden's policies appeal more to the service, unemployed, and education industries, which are generally in cities. Biden's stance on wanting to raise minimum wage, provide universal to everyone in the country, have mandatory 0 net emissions, and significantly increase taxes on livestock ownership, would destroy the agricultural and especially the manufacturing industries. Both the companies and the workers would suffer, manufacturing companies tend to hire higher skilled blue collar workers who get paid more than minimum wage since they need to have education, experience, and perform more hazardous tasks than say a cashier or waiter. Biden's policies on wages and taxes would force to either take those skilled laborers and reduce their pay, or lay some off thus increasing their work load and making their total pay be worth less on a task by task basis.
Here in Ohio its basically just Columbus and Cincinnati that are blue, the cities, everywhere else is red. We've had a lot of economic expansion in the less densely populated areas. Since we're a swing state, the electorial here will almost certainly go to Trump, giving him a leg up. I'd say the same goes for Pennsylvania and Florida, since the polls rarely actually survey outside of the cities.