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See Who is Upvoting/ Downvoting My Question/Answer

Can I see which user(s) have upvoted or downvoted my questions and/or answers?

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marked as duplicate by random, Tyler Carter, balpha, alex, ChrisF Feb 5 '10 at 8:48

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Of course there isn't a dupe: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/27534/… – random Feb 5 '10 at 6:37
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Duplicates? On Meta? Never..... – Tyler Carter Feb 5 '10 at 6:39
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-1 this is too easy a topic to search and somehow create dupes for... – IAbstract Feb 5 '10 at 7:20
    
The automatic dupe search (when you're entering the question title) does not work as well on meta as on the "proper" sites (SO/SF/SU.) Yes it's a dupe but here's a sympathy upvote. – Perpetual Motion Goat Feb 5 '10 at 8:07

No

All votes are anonymous. Kind of like elections. That makes sure no one is pressured to vote a certain way.

This acts in both a good and bad way. People can downvote posts that they think are bad. But, if someone thinks it is a good post, while a lot of other people think it is bad, they can upvote knowing that there is full anonymity.

The only thing you can see is the balance (Upvotes - Downvotes = Balance), or when you get to 1,000 reputation, the breakdown of those. (Upvotes vs Downvotes)

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