Unfortunately, the problem may not be with this question in particular. I believe the downvotes are due to your Skyrim questions, collectively.
As you've probably noticed, this isn't the first time one of your Skyrim questions has been negatively received. There's actually been a meta raised about your Skyrim questions.
Many of your questions have garnered negative attention because of a few common factors:
- You post a lot of questions in a single question's body.
- You shouldn't do this as this makes your questions far too broad. You should limit yourself to a single question per question.
- You have been posting a lot of questions about Skyrim in a very short time period.
- It's not necessarily bad to post multiple questions about a game that you're playing, but multiple questions within a few hours is seen as a bit excessive.
- Additionally, at least a few of these questions have answers on UESP or on the Skyrim wikia. When multiple questions by the same user have answers found in the same place relatively easily, it comes across to users as a lack of research done by the asker, which is a main reason for downvoting. ("This question does not show any research effort; it is unclear or not useful.")
- Many of your questions require editing by other users to make them more understandable.
- The reason this gets frustrating is that there are a lot of posts that need to get edited, due to the volume of posts you've been making. This kind of goes in line with the first point.
My advice would be to do the following:
- Ask one question at a time. This would make your questions much easier to read and answer. However, this doesn't mean you should post 7 separate questions all at once.
- Slow down! Don't post so many questions all at once. It gives off the wrong impression, as you can see from the meta above. Had you asked your questions further apart than an hour or two, they may have been received more positively.