I recently asked this question where I noticed that the review item had a "(5)" for the number of "votes" it received to be closed. It confused me, since 5 votes on Arqade is what you need to close a post, yet the post was still open/in the review queue.
The tooltip of the "(5)" states "This close reason received 5 votes":
This is technically not the case. It has four close votes and one recommend for closure flag:
What are the review queues, and how do they work? states that:
On the top of the review item, you'll see the close reasons other users who voted or flagged the question for closure have chosen
But the tooltip is misleading. Can the tooltip be updated to say how many votes and how many flags it has? Or maybe better yet, can we have two numbers displayed in parenthesis where one is for the votes, and one is for flags or perhaps two numbers that are labelled like:
Votes: (number); Flags (number)
Note: there is also a chance it used to show only the actual close votes in the past, so back then the tooltip was correct, and due to a bug the text changed to show count of both close votes and flags, hence adding bug here as well.