I started using the review section of StackOverflow recently, and I noticed that when I disagree with close votes on a question, that the number of close votes on that post stay the same.
So if ten reviewers decide a question should stay open, but four reviewers have decided to close it, then the question gets closed.
Won't this keep questions in the queue longer, and cause the system to tend to close questions that have even a single negative vote on them, despite some reviewers voting to leave it open?
It seems to me that the votes to leave open should be displayed and have some countering effect to close votes, even if it's not a 1:1 ratio.
Is there some mechanism to achieve this that I am unaware of?