Back when beta evaluations were conducted by meta post, people could see how other members of the community felt about the site. Each question under review had a net score indicating it was considered good, "meh", or bad and underneath was a discussion in the comments where people could justify their vote and propose ideas on how to make the site better.
This was useful because you could see on what types of questions the community was in agreement on and where they disagreed. The latter often pointed to areas where maybe the quality expectations were unclear, or there was a lack of clarity on site scope, or a number of other things that might merit further discussion.
Now that everything is done in the review queues, most of that is now gone (unless you're a moderator). You can manually go through the profiles of everyone on the recently reviewed list and tabulate votes to figure out what people thought about each question, but that's pretty inefficient once a site becomes big enough to have a lot of people vote. The comments are also completely gone unless someone starts up a meta post.
Can we make the moderator summary visible to all users who are eligible to participate in the community evaluation? That would help the site's community see if everyone is on the same page or identify areas we need to work on to do better on the next review.