Mostly I am on Stackoverflow.com where new/experienced programmers share their knowledge. When a new user asks his first question, the question can be downvoted because the user's question is a bad question. They do not read the https://stackoverflow.com/help/how-to-ask document which helps users to ask a good question.
Now what is the point of the possibility of downvoting a new user's question if it is already -1? Example: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/43494459/how-to-save-a-picture-in-camera-roll-with-a-custom-nam. A question which has now -8.
Of course, there are a few things about the user's question that make it a bad question. But why can users downvote a question if it is already -1? What is the point of showing -8? The point that the question is bad is already indicated by the -1 (note: only people with 125 reputation can publicly downvote a question).
I feel -8 does not have any added value to the user itself. I think when he sees the -8 he just leaves the website or anything other than positive. It is now like: "Hey man! Bad question! Here, have a downvote!" times eight
Especially for new users, I think it is important that a review should be made when the question received a downvote. The question should be on hold and "normal" people should not be able to downvote/see the question. When the review is made, the mod can decide that the user should rewrite his question to make sure people see it again. I already thought this was possible, but I think it is a great idea to not bash away the new user, by simply spam downvoting his question.
What do you think about this? Is it okay there is no limit on downvoting a new user's question?