The last 3 mean you failed to perform the test correctly. Read the 7th post in this thread:
Ford F150 won't turn over
Note that the engine must be at operating temperature before testing.
The top 2 suggest a vacuum leak, which is VERY common. Use the vacuum map on the emissions sticker under your hood to trace each line checking for breaks/degradation. They're known to become very brittle, so either slip a rubber splice over the break, or just replace each one with rubber vacuum hose & plastic Ts. They're color-coded, so it's not as hard as it sounds or looks, if you do them 1-@-a-time. If you have the coffee can reservoir on the R wheelwell, it's also known to rust/crack, so upgrade it to the later plastic version from a junkyard.