Stack Overflow is the only site I have enough reputation to be allowed to see the upvote/downvote split.
I wish I could do this on all Stack Exchange sites.
Could you please reduce or eliminate the amount of reputation required for this privilege?
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That's just the rep amount you need to be able to see it easily.
IIRC, you can see the up/down-vote breakdown for any question by going to
For instance, you can see the breakdown for this question itself at
(It's currently at +1/-1)
You can view vote totals with a simple userscript. No 1k rep is required and on sites where you have 1k, this does essentially nothing.
With that there's no requirement at all.
Anyway, I think association bonus is a good threshold for seeing vote split. Whoever has an assoc-bonus can edit community-wikis on a newly-joined site.
An alternative option, that I suggested here:
Make it a privilege to earn the view vote counts privilege on every site.
This could have a higher threshold than the normal view vote counts privilege, for example 7.5k. That means, if a user reaches 7.5k on any site, then they can split votes on any site in the network.