Can I have a right to turn my question's minus points to positive?. As because of the peers' misunderstanding the question voted to minus but as far my point of view it's useful for knowledge. if such type of circumstance occurred between two of those who is wright?. who will going to decide it?. I have notice in my case most of the minus points is due to language barrier and misunderstanding. It's happen and will happen because of we are dealing globally and very large basis. If we are dealing globally than we must have to face language barrier as there is in the world variety of languages and culture. We should have to give the importance to the question not languages. Not languages means there should be English but we have to compromise with it and modified it in English as we are doing this by the way of modify other question. It's our good practice. So if some user like me believe that his question is important for knowledge than who is the mediator to decide who is right?. Obviously the who give minus points is believe that he is right and i believe my question is important for knowledge hence i believe that i am right. if i believe so, than can i have a right to turn my minus vote to positive?.
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If you're asking if you can turn some of the downvotes into upvotes, then no.
And I agree to this as well. Votes should be based on how well the question was asked, and not on what language it's written in. In a majority of cases, this is true.
This is in fact encouraged. Users with edit capabilities should be editing posts to improve them.
I don't agree with this statement. A majority of cases downvotes are a reflection on how badly the question was asked, in my experience,
Again, the community.
If several of your peers are misunderstanding your question, that's likely to be because the question is poorly written. It is your responsibility as the questioner to ask questions as clearly as possible - if it's hard to tell what is being asked, or you've left out very important details, why on earth should you expect to get upvotes?
I understand that it can be difficult if English isn't your first language, but it's still possible to get your point across a lot better than you did in that question. In particular:
I don't see why you'd expect a downvote to be turned into an upvote. If a downvote is undeserved, you'll usually get upvotes as well. Trust the community. If it's a genuinely poor question (which it is in this case, I believe) then you should expect downvotes, and I don't see any problem in that.