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So, I wanted to drag forth one of the heaviest downvoted questions on Meta (for anecdotal purposes only). Since I could not find the question in the question list sorted by votes, I assumed it was deleted.

But after finding it via Google, it turned out it was not, are questions with a certain amount of downvotes removed from the list?

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Having just cast the 50th downvote on this question it appears that they disappear at -50 from the question list.

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Very well, -50 then is...but I still demand that that's a new feature. ;) – Time Traveling Bobby Jun 8 '12 at 12:01

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