I decided to search for answers (is:answer) that have been accepted (isaccepted:1) with no votes, so I can go through the list and see if I can upvote both the question and the answer, but...

Is there a filter in the search that returns answers/questions with 0 votes (votes:0) and those answers/questions match the above criterias?

If I type:

is:answer isaccepted:1 votes:10

then it will return posts where an answer has been accepted, but the votes:10 might not refer to that answer...

  • +1 for a noble quest – user161870 May 17 '11 at 6:35
  • Trying hard to earn that Vox Populi badge, eh? – Cody Gray May 17 '11 at 8:22
  • @CodyGray not really. If so, I'd already have it :). 40 votes isn't that much, is it? The thing is that I was thinking about voting up questions, and that idea came up to my mind, but then somebody posted an answer to this question (and then deleted it) talking about the Unsung Hero tag. I didn't think about it :/ – Oscar Mederos May 17 '11 at 8:32
  • Hmm, while that's an interesting point, I don't think that should really be a deterrent from upvoting good answers. I'd appreciate the +10 far more than I would the badge... But I don't know of a good way to find these posts, either. Just never spent much time looking. – Cody Gray May 17 '11 at 8:35

If you don't mind this will not return recent posts (max last 7 days) you can use SEDE.

I have created this query

select q.id as [Post Link]
     , 'site://q/' + cast(a.id as nvarchar) +'| Answer ' as [answer link]
from posts q
inner join posts a on q.acceptedanswerid = a.id
where q.score = 0 
and a.score = 0

This will return questions that are accepted where both the question and the answer have a score of 0. I wasn't sure if you meant to list accepted question where at least one answer has a score of 0 but that is a bit more difficult (but not impossible) so I leave that for later attempts.

This is the result today:

SEDE result

Keep in mind SEDE is only updated once a week, on Sunday. If you want to give SEDE a test run yourself, you might find the awesome tutorial handy.

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