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I only have 103 reputation points on Super User. When I went to look at the results of the primaries, I noticed that I don't see vote scores. Are they meant to only be public to eligible voters or is this a bug?

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Related stuff: I made a related post on MSU, and was told that there's also an MSO post on the same topic. – Pops Jan 27 '11 at 16:27
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This is not a bug - it's currently designed that you'll need at least 150 reputation (the voting threshold) in order to see the vote score.

There's an open feature request to allow all users to see the vote scores. Though, at the same time, there's also an opposing feature request to not show the vote scores to anyone.

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