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Please enable low-rep users to easily breakout up and down votes on their own questions

By looking through my reputation history, I can reverse engineer the vote count for a question I've asked. I understand from looking through questions and finding Why is it a privilege to view vote counts? that the reason for limiting this privilege is to reduce the computational burden on SO, but it seems that allowing a user to view counts on his/her own questions shouldn't add too much of a strain.

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  • I appreciate the irony that this question note has a "+3" but it will take a bit of work for me to discover how many people have voted (though at least I know it's an odd number:) – PengOne May 23 '11 at 20:05
  • There's really no reason to worry about this type of thing. The net score is all that matters... If that even matters. – Cody Gray May 24 '11 at 10:05
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    @Cody Gray: I'm not worried, but on meta in particular, the number of votes is almost as important as the score itself. – PengOne May 24 '11 at 16:02
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    I fully agree with you, here on Meta it is particularly helpful to see the vote breakdown. (Incidentally, you've got 3 downvotes right now.) – Hendrik Vogt May 26 '11 at 15:36

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