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For each the description is:

Answer voted up N times

Where N is a threshold for the badge. In reality, however, the badge is achieved when upvotes - downvotes passes that threshold. Perhaps a better wording would be:

Answer upvotes exceeds downvotes by N

Along those lines, what about related badges for uncontested answers?

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I would suggest making the badge request and this wording bug in separate questions. – Earlz May 7 '10 at 20:45
    
@Earlz: done; thanks. – fbrereto May 7 '10 at 20:49
up vote 5 down vote accepted

Ok, changed from

voted up (n) times

to

score of (n) or more

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I would rather say it should be somethign like Answer has a net vote count of N. But yes, the current wording is confusing and there have been questions made about it before "I'm suppose to have this badge for my +10/-2 answer!"

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