Frankly I am surprised it is that high, the 57 Tory MPs who voted for a 100% elected second chamber (out of 198 Tory MPs - this is less than in 2003 when 59 Tory MPs out of 165 voted for - so they have got more anti democracy since then) must have got lost in the lobbies, they certainly voted against the vast majority of their party, including Lord snooty - David Cameron.
This vote will be rejected by the unelected Lords (what a surprise) and the Tories think the 100% elected plan will be easier to incite the Lords wrath. As Gordon Brown voted against democracy as well, it is unlikely he will be bothered to push this through on an Act of Parliament, pity! So the Tories will get what they want yet again - no change! What a load of crap our system is. A complete waste of time.
The full voting figures are here and list of MPs for and against are here. Votes for democracy (i.e. 100% elected) were as follows;
337 For (Labour 223 (62.8% of party MPs), Lib Dems 57 (90.5%), Tories 57 (28.8%)
Finally, the Tories argued against an alternative vote system (a system they use to elect their leader) to gauge a majority opinion on this from MPs. Now they are arguing that the smaller majority for an 80% elected chamber is closer to the 'true' feeling of parliament than the much larger majority who voted for 100% elected. It is pretty clear the Tories just don't want democracy and are willing to use any argument no matter how spurious to slow reform while pretending they do want it. It is all a bit pathetic.