# Comparing insignificant p values

Essentially, I have a statistical standardization method that I am running on data to show that the data is more significantly similar to the linear model Y=X AFTER standardization.

I have a p value of .1 before standardization, and a p-value of .6 after standardization. Although the p-value before standardization is > .05 (and thus does not reject the null hypothesis of Y=X), since it is closer to .05 than .6, can I draw any statistical conclusions from this?