Ask better questions
Have you considered simply asking better questions? I went and looked through your questions, and even your two highest voted ones are low quality to me - to me, your questions show little to no research effort, are too broad, and are idea generation + opinion based, all of which are valid reasons for me to VTC. Also, I'd like to clarify to you that 2k views does not really qualify as "many views". The only legitimate method to boost upvotes on questions is to ask better questions.
"If you like an answer to a question, unless it's poetic or comedic,
then it only makes sense that you like the question, or at least to
is a misconception. Each person's view on a question is different - what one may consider an off topic question could seem to be an astoundingly good question to another. Personally, I don't upvote questions unless they're amazing, peak my interest, and show research and effort. I apply the same criteria to answers, and since most answers require doing research and effort to answer the question, often times I'll upvote a good answer and choose to leave the question alone. This is not uncommon - evidently, the community pretty much already does what I described (proof being high vote answers on low vote questions).
As Bilbo noted in his answer, our community is already an upvote-trigger happy one. We don't have enough downvotes. At the time of this answer, the site overall has essentially a 1500% upvote:downvote ratio (According to a rough estimate by looking at the site analytics - there were about 200 downvotes in the week of Feb 14, and over 3200 upvotes).
In fact, I ran a query to see why this seems to be the case. I only listed 10 users in the query, but if you increase the number of users shown, after going about 5 entries down the list, there are a bunch of people with 200+ upvotes and very few downvotes.
Note that the query is written to sort by users closest to a 1:1 upvote:downvote ratio. That means that as we list more users, you see a higher gap between the # of upvotes and the # of downvotes.