This post is a request to re-consider the question "Please enable low-rep users to easily breakout up and down votes on their own questions", which was declined in 2010. This is not a duplicate post.
This is a request to allow new users to view the breakdown of up- and down-votes on their own questions and answers. Normally this is a privilege earned at 1000 reputation, but for your own posts, this information is already available by searching through your reputation history for a post. This request simply seeks to enable the break-out feature so that new users can easily see the voting record of their posts.
This is very useful, as it helps new users (or users new to a particular site) more easily see how their posts are being received by the community. If I see a +2 on a post, I interpret that as meaning my post was alright, and it probably hasn't gotten a lot of attention. If I see that it's +4/-2, then it tells me that while some people like it, there's some that see something actively wrong with it, so I may want to consider fixing it. At one point after this question was first posted it had a net score of 0, which was actually +5/-5. That is the difference between a question that hasn't been seen and a question that is somewhat contentious.
When this feature was previously requested, two employees responded. The first employee response from Robert Cartaino was that it sounded like a reasonable request, and he agreed that it would benefit new users. Given that this privilege was initially created for database performance reasons, he also agreed that the extra load for this would be fairly negligible.
Given that it has been 9 years since the initial request, and that there were initially two conflicting responses, I would like to request that this feature be re-considered.
Another option suggested by user1271772 is to simply reduce the reputation needed to be 100 or less so that it comes with the association bonus. This privilege is something that really should be earned SE-wide, rather than on a site-by-site basis. This would also address the concerns that new users would get too hung-up on down-votes they wouldn't have been able to see before.
A secondary question to consider, is this privilege even necessary anymore? As described in one of the linked answers, the main purpose of this privilege was to help moderate additional load on the server. Given that it has been 10 years since it was initially required, I would assume that SE's server technology has improved since then. Has it improved enough that the servers could now sustain the additional load from allowing all users to break-out vote counts? I don't have enough technical or inside knowledge to understand how this all works though, so this is an honest question. If the primary reasoning is obsolete, I would also propose enabling this privilege for everyone, across all SE sites.