Hobart voters have clearly sent a message to Lara Giddings and Nick McKim that they've had enough of their unstable, self-interested, and job-destroying minority government experiment.
This result makes Labor's Queensland result look good.
At a pathetic 19 percent, the Labor vote has more than halved since the last election when Doug Parkinson polled 43%.
And even on the more generous comparison of the same booths in the 2010 state election, the Labor vote is down by 7 percent, to historic lows.
Labor candidate Dean Winter ran an energetic campaign but was handicapped by the toxic Labor brand.
The Green result is little better, down nearly 8 percent since the 2006 election, and 5 percent since 2010.
It's time Ms Giddings and Mr McKim listened to Tasmanians, did the right thing, and ended all the uncertainty of this failed minority government experiment by calling an election.