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I saw the ad for Startups.com and decided to check it out. It seems to me like the audience it's attracting is very stingy with their votes! Do they need to RTFM better? Do they need more anthropology done on them?

But more importantly, how can I find out if my gut feeling is correct: Do/can we have these kinds of statistics available on any / all stack* sites?

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Your question is about a StackExchnage site and belongs here: meta.stackexchange.com –  random Nov 12 '09 at 12:16
Also, why not just ask on their site? –  random Nov 12 '09 at 12:29
Isn't his question about stackoverflow and serverfault too? –  Dominic Rodger Nov 12 '09 at 12:46
The question is about why Onstartup users are stingy with their upvotes. SO and SF were just weaseled in. Continues on asking about StackExchange. –  random Nov 12 '09 at 13:13
Actually, this question is about whether Onstartup users are stingy with their upvotes, especially compared to StackOverflow. I'd have thought such statistics would be most likely to be available on stack overflow (for instance, i've just found statoverflow.com/sandbox) –  Rob Fonseca-Ensor Nov 13 '09 at 12:08
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