So, many of us probably know now about the new voting system that was (somewhat drastically) put into place recently for Area 51. Although the changes were meant to clarify the purpose/process of voting, there are one or more people who don't seem to get it regarding the "not a good example" option.
For example, this proposal has 74 of 221 questions with at least one "not a good example" vote (and sometimes that's all they have). That seems quite excessive. I disagree with many of them, as they should have probably been voted "off-topic" instead.
I think removing the -1 penalty for this was a bad idea. One or more people appear to be abusing it. Maybe someone is bitter about the vote reset and this is their way of showing it. Or perhaps they are annoyed by the limit of 5 on-topic and 5 off-topic votes per proposal, and voting as "not a good example" is an alternate way to shove things they don't like lower on the list when they are out of off-topic votes.