1000 rep is required on meta to view vote count breakdown.
The reason given is that the query is expensive, and the high amount of rep required limits the number of queries.
Whilst this seems fairly reasonable on Stack Overflow, reputation is not generally gained as frequently on Meta. Further, since voting here is about agreeing/disagreeing with a proposal, it seems to be quite important to see whether people are generally with you or not.
This is in contrast to Stack Overflow proper, where voting has a subtly different meaning, and the absolute score (upvotes minus downvotes) is the more important figure.
I'd suggest that the amount of rep required to view vote count breakdown on meta should be far lower: perhaps 250?