This should be obvious. If a post is helpful to others, it receives many upvotes, raising its score. Such a post is obviously hardly "low quality". Especially if the asker accepted the post. Unfortunately, a substantial amount of "low quality posts" on the review page meet this criterion.
This is an example (using the Reverse Order sort ordering).
To address this, I make the following suggestions:
- Exclude posts with a score of 5 or more from the low quality posts.
- Optional: Accepted answers can have a lower score threshold to be removed.
- Optional: Posts from users with a certain reputation threshold can be removed with a lower score threshold.
These are only initial suggestions which can be modified if needed. Please discuss this idea.
After reading another question on meta recently asked today, I will now suggest that the following posts should stay in the "low quality posts" tab, regardless of score:
- Answers to questions that are closed or have one or more close votes
- Answers to questions with a negative score
These should stay in because they tend to point to questions that themselves are low-quality. (Optionally those questions should be mentioned on the page along with their score and, for users with the "view close votes" privilege, the number of close votes.)