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My guess is no. And I think my opinion (if that is correct) is that is probably the way it should be. But I'm interested in the opinion of others once someone posts the official answer.
Also, I'm assuming "zero score" is in the literal sense of the word score
(i.e. one negative and one positive vote is still a zero score).
asked Jul 8, 2011 at 22:20
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We check the net score, so a post with 1 upvote and 1 downvote would qualify as a "zero score" answer. A negatively downvoted post with a net negative would not qualify.
answered Jul 8, 2011 at 23:11
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Answers with a zero score are answers where the number of up-votes is equal to the number of down-votes, which can both be zero.
The answers that are considered for the badge must be at least ten days old, not self-accepted, and not wiki.
answered Jul 8, 2011 at 23:34
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