Since you asked...
There's a "tolerance" for any precision adjustment. The best alignment will set the actual readings to as close to the center of this tolerance as is humanly possible. The only adjustable setting on an Insight (without some type of added adjuster) is Toe. And it looks like your alignment didn't even include a caster measurement. While this isn't easily adjustable and there are several other second order alignment specs not necessary to check, caster is a bottom of the rung first order in regard to tire wear and should always be checked as part of a _basic_ alignment. Also rear toe needs to be measured. Don't see it here either
IMO this places your job in the sloppy category, sorry.
More significantly your total Toe measures 1.4mm which is too far from the middle of tolerance (right and left individual toe is added) and will contribute to premature tire wear. Which is why most street cars have an alignment performed, to prevent uneven tire wear and premature replacement.
Since what your paying for is the skill and accuracy of the tech and his alignment machine it looks like you got neither. Usually a second chance is a reasonable thing to do but in cases of alignment when the printout clearly shows such deficiencies I'd demand a refund and take my business elsewhere.