Some of my meta proposals seem to have a lot of support, meaning they get a lot of up-votes, however none of the answers posted agree with the question
In these cases, should I make an answer that just agrees with the question?
Edit: I think what I'm really trying to ask is:
Does the users that decide the fate of such proposals take question votes into account when they decide if they should implement something or not? Or do they only look at answers?
Two examples are this proposal, which has two answers that I don't really like at 1-2 upvotes, but the question votes are at 9, or this one, which had many up-votes but users tell me nothing got done because all the answers posted disagreed with the proposal (I did post my own answer agreeing with the proposal a month or two later)