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I love the concept of Quora, but am confused exactly why the posts I write never have hardly any views. For instance, I couldn't help expressing my opinion for the question, "Do you share your wife?". There were not that many answers. Several weeks after I had written it, I went back to see just how many people had read it. The 'yes' answers had thousands of views, buy my short answer that started with 'hell no!' had ONE view. How is that possible? Did none of the thousands of people that scrolled down that short list of answers somehow always stop scrolling immediately before my answer appeared? My assumption is that Quora's algorithm or moderators must have something to do with the reason the vast majority of visible answers are usually from a left-wing viewpoint and commonly mis-characterizing the people who might disagree with them. It would make you think that there are no people with traditional viewpoints who can read or write. I can't help but suspect that not all answers have the same chance to be viewed by the Quora community

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