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Is there a way to see who both up/down voted your answer/question?

Is there any way for me to find who voted up or voted down my questions or answers?

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marked as duplicate by random, ChrisF, Jeff Atwood Oct 10 '09 at 10:53

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Same as: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/12984/… – Jonik Oct 10 '09 at 10:31
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No there isn't.

Voting is supposed to be anonymous - to prevent retribution for down-votes is one of the reasons.

If someone wants to be non-anonymous they will leave a comment.

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This might be available in the CC dumps.. but I personally think it should be left anonymous so you can't vote-retaliate or collude :)

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voting is anonymized in the cc dumps – Jeff Atwood Oct 10 '09 at 10:31
    
hence indicating "might" - never went through the dumps myself – warren Oct 10 '09 at 11:02

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