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Here's an excerpt from my reputation report (http://area51.stackexchange.com/reputation) over on Area 51:

2      1289 (5)
22     1282 (2)**
2      1271 (5)
2      1150 (5)
22      416 (2)**

The interesting items are those marked **.

These correspond to "meh" (not a good example) votes. My total reflects these as does my reputation tab. I'm not sure how much of this others will see, but if you can see it scroll down to the bottom of the list and you'll see a couple of -2's.

The total in the report also treats them as +2 rather than -2.

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

I can confirm that the reputation report is now showing -2 for "Meh" votes:

 22      968 (-2)
 2      1150 (5)
 2      1150 (5)
 2       968 (5)
 2      1285 (5)
 2      1271 (5)
 22     1282 (-2)
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I've added this answer and I'll accept it to avoid the question being bumped by the Community user in the future. – ChrisF Jun 7 '10 at 22:15

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