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Downvotes are not related to 'deserves an answer' (whatever you mean by that; why do you deserve somebody else's time?). The reasons for downvotes are, and as far as I know always have been, "This question does not show research effort; it is unclear or not useful". Your question shows no effort of any sort, whether research or analysis: with no context at all it is entirely unclear; and with no explanation of what you mean by 'right' and an apparent attitude problem, it is never going to be useful. Are you really surprised that people voted it down?

Downvotes are not related to 'deserves an answer' (whatever you mean by that; why do you deserve somebody else's time?). The reasons for downvotes are, and as far as I know always have been, "This question does not show research effort; it is unclear or not useful". Your question shows no effort of any sort, whether research or analysis: with no context at all it is entirely unclear; and with no explanation of what you mean by 'right' and an apparent attitude problem, it is never going to be useful. Are you really surprised that people voted it down?

Downvotes are not related to 'deserves an answer' (whatever you mean by that; why do you deserve somebody else's time?). The reasons for downvotes are, and as far as I know always have been, "This question does not show research effort; it is unclear or not useful". Your question shows no effort of any sort, whether research or analysis: with no context at all it is entirely unclear; and with no explanation of what you mean by 'right', it is never going to be useful. Are you really surprised that people voted it down?

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Downvotes are not related to 'deserves an answer' (whatever you mean by that; why do you deserve somebody else's time?). The reasons for downvotes are, and as far as I know always have been, "This question does not show research effort; it is unclear or not useful". Your question shows no effort of any sort, whether research or analysis: with no context at all it is entirely unclear; and with no explanation of what you mean by 'right' and an apparent attitude problem, it is never going to be useful. Are you really surprised that people voted it down?