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Whilst this may be an interesting stat, I'm not sure that it's really going to change anybodiesanybody's behaviour. Ultimately, your perception of a good edit is a very personal thing and I don't think we really want to encourage people to always take the easy road and vote with the masses.  

It's better that you reject an edit because you think there is something wrong with it, than accept it because you believe somebody else would have accepted it and there's not enough wrong with it...

To me, the suggestion is a bit like keeping track of what percentage of answers you've voted on have eventually become an accepted answer. Whilst it may be interesting, I don't think it's really useful, and it could encourage behaviour that I don't think would be in the best interests of the site.

Whilst this may be an interesting stat, I'm not sure that it's really going to change anybodies behaviour. Ultimately, your perception of a good edit is a very personal thing and I don't think we really want to encourage people to always take the easy road and vote with the masses.  

It's better that you reject an edit because you think there is something wrong with it, than accept it because you believe somebody else would have accepted it and there's not enough wrong with it...

To me, the suggestion is a bit like keeping track of what percentage of answers you've voted on have eventually become an accepted answer. Whilst it may be interesting, I don't think it's really useful and could encourage behaviour that I don't think would be in the best interests of the site.

Whilst this may be an interesting stat, I'm not sure that it's really going to change anybody's behaviour. Ultimately, your perception of a good edit is a very personal thing and I don't think we really want to encourage people to always take the easy road and vote with the masses.

It's better that you reject an edit because you think there is something wrong with it, than accept it because you believe somebody else would have accepted it and there's not enough wrong with it...

To me, the suggestion is a bit like keeping track of what percentage of answers you've voted on have eventually become an accepted answer. Whilst it may be interesting, I don't think it's really useful, and it could encourage behaviour that I don't think would be in the best interests of the site.

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Whilst this may be an interesting stat, I'm not sure that it's really going to change anybodies behaviour. Ultimately, your perception of a good edit is a very personal thing and I don't think we really want to encourage people to always take the easy road and vote with the masses.

It's better that you reject an edit because you think there is something wrong with it, than accept it because you believe somebody else would have accepted it and there's not enough wrong with it...

To me, the suggestion is a bit like keeping track of what percentage of answers you've voted on have eventually become an accepted answer. Whilst it may be interesting, I don't think it's really useful and could encourage behaviour that I don't think would be in the best interests of the site.