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See Who is Upvoting/ Downvoting My Question/Answer

Vote feature is very nice in all related Stack OverFlow sites. But sometimes I would like to know who are my voters of my question and answer. Is there any way to know voters or can I know who are voters of my question or answer?

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marked as duplicate by razlebe, Mad Scientist, Time Traveling Bobby, Yannis, M'vy Aug 21 '12 at 11:27

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When a voter (either up or down) want to expose himself he does so by leaving a comment. Otherwise - it means he prefer to keep himself hidden and that's totally fine. – Shadow Wizard Aug 21 '12 at 11:28
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Nope, you can't. Voting is deliberately kept anonymous.

Even moderators do not know who voted on what.

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To clarify: The system and the developers do (of course), which allows checks for voting frauds. – Time Traveling Bobby Aug 21 '12 at 11:27

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