Clergy: 162 in favour, 25 against, with 4 abstentions
Laity: 152 in favour, against 45, with 5 abstentions.
The voting figures for the remaining enabling legislation (amending the canons etc) can be found here
Now it remains to be seen whether the guidelines so painfully negotiated (and ultimately imposed by the House of Bishops) will prove effective to preserve, even in the equivalent of an Indian reservation, the apostolic tradition of the sacred ministry which has now been (at best) sidelined as being irrelevant and superfluous to the needs of the contemporary Church of England.
Experience elsewhere does not lead us to be optimistic, and it is undeniable that 'traditionalists' are far more exposed and vulnerable under these new arrangements than they were previously. There are those who will not rest until the whole Church submits to the new religion ...
More reaction and comment here when it becomes available: