There is a possibility of having equal number of up votes and down votes in such type of questions (showing 0 votes), say both are 'n'. Is there any way of finding the magnitude of 'n'?

I think it will make the question more interesting and catchy if some how 'n' is made public.

P.S. Don't forget to consider the fact that it has too many answers(not a worthless question).

• It might be a good idea to include a link to the question that you are referencing, so that readers of this post can easily see what you are talking about. Apr 5, 2017 at 15:02
• Umm sorry but I don't know how to do that. Will copying the address from browser do it? BTW you are right, I am referencing to my question only :P. Hihihi Apr 5, 2017 at 15:27
• You can add a link by using the following MarkUp: [This is the text that is shown](this/is/the/link/used). And you can use the little "edit"-button at the end of your text to edit your post. Apr 5, 2017 at 15:38
• Yes, copy the URL from the browser, or use the share button under the post to get a URL for a specific answer. Apr 5, 2017 at 18:29
• I didn't up-vote this question because I appreciated the irony of it not having any votes. At least that was the case when it didn't have any votes....
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Apr 6, 2017 at 7:01
• Just a thought on the "not a worthless question" aspect - the number of answers is not a good measurement of how worthless a question is. If a question get a lot of attention, it can mean that it's a good question, but it can just as well mean that it's a bad one. If it's possible to write e.g., 20 unique answers to a question, then it's not really a good question as it's too open and the answers risk needing to be judged subjectively. In contrast, if there is only few answers, then it can just as well be a very well formulated question where no further answers are necessary. Apr 6, 2017 at 19:29