I saw this post but didn't think it addressed this question.
I'm relatively new to being an answer producer at Stack Overflow. I've learned that answering possible duplicates (instead of voting for closure) or answering questions where the user has not given enough info - or showed no attempt in solving can often earn downvotes and sometimes a 'tsk tsk' from some S.O. user or another. Despite the dopamine hit that comes with earning a little green reputation boost, I get that the goal is to keep the content as high quality and non-duplicitous as possible - AND I get that the goal is to help others learn, not just feed them a copy/paste answer.
THAT SAID, in the last half dozen bounty questions I've answered, I'm surprised at how little information was given, how little research was done and how absent the user attempt generally is. Normally I'd vote to close those... but there is that nice fat bounty.
The bounty seems to imply, to me anyways, that the user is 'paying' for special treatment. I don't vote to close those ill-formed, ill-researched and blatant 'write me code for me' questions because I figure someone hungry will go the extra mile to get the extra reputation.
Do you expect the same considered, researched and partially attempted question from bounties as you do from any other question? Do you vote to close them?
Hope this isn't asking opinions, as much as a general consensus.