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Let's say I have cast 100 close votes.

How can I easily determine how many of those close votes are on questions which are currently closed? This would be useful for understanding how well my personal close voting preference matches a site's overall philosophy on when questions should be closed, reopened, etc.

Even more awesome would be:

  1. Close votes on questions which were closed (even if reopened)
  2. Close votes on questions which are currently closed
  3. Close votes on questions which are deleted
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    If you go to the "votes" tab in your profile and filter on close votes, it will say [closed] or [migrated] next to the titles of the questions you've voted on. This works OK for checking on your most recent votes, but when you have 724 close votes cast it's a bit much to count them manually :)
    – hammar
    May 8 '13 at 15:42
  • As far as I know, you can't easily do that unless you use hammer's suggestion of manually going through your Votes tab in your profile. You can get a rough idea by comparing your # of close votes in your profile with the # of closed questions with your name on it using this SE data query, however deleted posts are not included in Data.SE, so it won't be exact. Also, Data.SE is only available to graduated sites, so if you're trying to look for data on a beta site, that query won't work.
    – Rachel
    May 8 '13 at 16:07
  • @hammar right, I wasn't so excited to open and view that many questions, especially since some are deleted... which get closed first, too
    – enderland
    May 8 '13 at 16:25
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    Two relevant points; the first is mentioned by Rachel, whatever you do deleted posts will be excluded. The second is that on the larger sites you're not matching a sites overall philosophy but a tags; an important distinction... May 8 '13 at 20:51
  • @benisuǝqbackwards I would be interested in that sort of information too (breakdown by tag, etc) but I will first be happy with just seeing the information to begin with :-)
    – enderland
    May 8 '13 at 21:07

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