Taking a look at the anonymous feedback on Gaming, it appears questions are getting many more "unhelpful" votes than answers are — 10 of the 11 least helpful posts are indeed questions.
The most helpful posts are instead overwhelmingly answers, and this comes as no surprise.
That is kind of baffling — what can be unhelpful with the question text?
How should we read this feedback? Is it because the question is unclear? I doubt it. Is it instead some kind of overall judgement on all the answers to that question?
If it is, then how can we improve that? Most of these questions (examples: 1, 2, 3) have a huge amount of answers, so a bounty attracting more answers doesn't seem like the way to go, especially when the current accepted answers remain pinned on top. Would it be a better idea to delete those questions and start them over from a clean state?