Please note: I am not here to question/argue about why my suggested edits have been rejected.
I have been observing a lot of incorrect rejections by the community user lately. In my case, there have been 7 such rejections within last 7 days - i.e. one incorrect rejection almost everyday. That could be because I have been quite active on editing the questions, I am not sure about that. I tried to find an existing question on Meta that addresses this, but could not.
I see a pattern in these rejections - I see an edit by another user around the same time, so I believe according to this answer the below is what was happening -
Usually such thing means 2k+ member clicked the "Improve" link on the suggestion and unticked the "this edit was helpful" meaning he/she did not think the suggestion was good.
Looking at the numbers, I have a total of 106 suggested edits, of which I think 10 or 11 or were rejected by the Community User, of which again 8 of them are valid suggestions.
Below is the list of what I think are valid suggestions that were rejected by the Community User.
Does this sound to be about a normal average incorrect rejections that we cannot avoid and have to live with, or is this high number more of a new development lately - or, may be something like a rare case?