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What level of downvotes would constitue serial downvoting?

According to the help center: When a single user continually votes (up or down) on many of your posts within a short period of time, the system considers these votes to be invalid and removes them. ...
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Users ask one question, then leave

The "answer selection process" has two parts. One part is only ever controlled by the asked of the original question when they select which answer they perceive as helping the most. The other part is ...
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A day after earing 'electorate' badge(600 votes cast), profile page still shows total votes as 594

Votes are occasionally reversed due to detection of anomalous voting patterns by the automated SE system (at 0300 UTC daily). This explains the discrepancy between your total votes cast (600) and the ...
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Users ask one question, then leave

Unfortunately no, to my knowledge. The good news is that voting will help distinguish answers' usefulness and thus serve to help distinguish the best answers. Even though no answer may be accepted, ...
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What level of downvotes would constitue serial downvoting?

One answer was downvoted by 4 separate individuals, so this could not have been part of the serial downvoting. You had 6 reputation returned to you for 3 out of 5 of the other answers which were ...
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We need to downvote more

We Need to Upvote More Too Things may have changed since the OP question was written, and I have no problem with downvoting for poor quality. What I do have a problem with is downvoting because of ...
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