I suggest that SO uses low votes per view as a reason to to raise questions for review.
Each time someone views a question, there is a chance they will vote it up, or vote it down. Someone that searches for questions on a particular subject and is lead to a question that is irrelevant to what they are interested are unlikely to up-vote the question, but if the question is not inherently bad they are unlikely to down-vote it.
A question with many views but few votes is therefore a question that superficially seems relevant to many people, but in fact is not. I suggest that questions with overly general titles are particular likely to be in this category. Let us call them click-bait: the title in some search-engine results (including a SE "related questions" list) draws the visitor in, to click on the link... but the visitor wastes their time. Those questions are a kind of low quality question.
I suggest that SE automatically searches for questions that have had quite a few views, but a low votes/views ratio, and adds them to the "Low quality posts" queue, so they can be edited to have a better title and/or tagging.