Highest voted posts:
- Tomorrow is Groundhog Day… For everyone. How does society respond? [closed] - 220 votes, 16k views
- How do you prove you're from the future? - 205 votes, 31k views
- How would Facebook Sysadmins prevent the summoning of Cthulhu? - 173 votes, 20k views
Upvoted, downvoted and zero-voted questions:
- All questions: 71k
- Upvoted questions: 59.6k (84%)
- Zero-voted questions: 8.7k (12%)
- Downvoted questions: 2.7k (4%)
- All questions: 242k
- Upvoted questions: 138k (57%)
- Zero-voted questions: 97.5k (40%)
- Downvoted questions: 6.5k (3%)
- All questions: 8000
- Upvoted questions: 7300 (91%)
- Zero-voted questions: 350 (4.5%)
- Downvoted questions: 350 (4.5%)
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Altogether (I also collected some data for stackoverflow.com and some other sites):
We tend to vote more then on other sites:
an average upvoted question on Arquade has about 7 votes, an average answer a bit more. That's both more then average across stackexchange.
An average downvoted question has about -5 votes; and an answer about -2. Again, that's more downvotes then SE on average.
Our votes/views ratio is much better, then the SE average - moving around 1 vote per 200-500 views. The SE average is 1 vote per 1000 views. That means we get less traffic from search engines then the SE average.
About users... Anyhow a user votes, it is perfectly OK (except "oh, a nice meta post... wait, it's from this user I hate... -1").
We have more percent of users with the Vox Populi tag than almost any SE site.
So, I would like to say, that this community is awesome. good voting, keep it up!
PS. Please, please, don't downvote because you see your name here - it's disrespectful. It took me hours of work to make this.