So let's see - the one categorical thing you can say about this election is that the two parties which talked most about electoral reform did worse than the one that didn't.
Both the Labour Party and the Liberal Democrats lost seats and the party that talked about it most of all - the Liberal Democrats - did much much worse than the opinion polls suggested.
That being the case, the only thing you can say about this election result it that it was more about what the British people didn't want more than it was about what they did want - and they have quite clearly rejected any idea of electoral reform.
But having heard the wishes of the people, the two main party leaders have chosen to ignore them and extend the offer of coalition to the Liberal Democrats with the promise of "electoral reform"!
How much of a kick in the teeth do you want the old parties to give you?