Give me your best guess - as we use to say in the infantry, "SWAG" it. (Scientific "Wild-Ass" Guess).
You can use %'s or electoral votes.
Remember, the magic number of electoral votes needed is 270 (1 more than half of the 538 electoral vote total).
A candidate can win the % of the popular vote and lose the electoral college - as happened in 2000 when half a million more Americans voted for Gore than for Bush. So if you use %'s indicate the winner as well. Such as "Kerry 48.1 %, Bush 48.0 %, Nader 3.9 % - Bush."
Here is my guess, and I will repeat Vrangel's as well:
Kerry 306 electoral votes, 48.9%, Bush 232 electoral votes, 48.4%, Nader 0 electoral votes, 2.5%, others .1% (including a write-in for Lefty cancelled out by a write-in for Ala71).
Vrangel says Bush 52%, Kerry 48%, Nader a fraction, Bush elected.