Did anyone vote for a ConDem coalition?
No, because everyone voted for a member to represent the fellow constituents of their constituency.
We've effectively got a Tory government that we didn't vote for.
No, you got a ConDem coalition, because that's the way the country as a whole voted, and because no other coalition or minority government could be formed.
My voting form didn't have a Tory box nor a Conservative box, nor a ConDem box, and I'd wager the same was true for every other person on here that put an X in a box.
Tony Blair, in his most popular years, still only managed to get 1 in 5 of the voting age population to vote for him.
Not sure of the actual number of people that voted for him but it was much less than 20% of the voting population (edit: it was about 33,000 in 1997 - similar number to those that voted for Gove last time). It might have been more than 50% of the eligible voters in his constituency. One of the few MPs that actually do achieve a proper majority.