In Shog9's answer to a question about why the voting options have been removed from the \Review task beta, he explains:
The core philosophy here is that each queue focuses on a specific task or question, and provides the tools most important for resolving it. If you want to do something else, there will always be a prominent link to the full question page.
I have for a while now been convinced that accept rates should generally be hidden or at least less prominent. (Various permutations of this idea have been suggested in other Meta threads.) So given Shog9's explanation for the absence of voting, I was suddenly struck by the fact that when reviewing questions with close votes, the asker's accept rate is shoved in my face, but I have to click through to see any answers:
I can understand the argument that questions should be evaluated on their own, independent of any answers, although personally I sometimes find it helpful to see if a question labeled as "Not A Real Question" has attracted any quality answers. So while I wouldn't mind having the answers included, I recognize that I may be in the minority.
However, I feel pretty strongly that if answers aren't essential information for evaluating close votes, then accept rate surely must be even less relavent, no? In that case, could accept rate please be removed from the \Review queues?
(And could this bolster the argument for it being hidden, or shown in a harder to reach place, more generally...?)