Below are the net vote data from the "X mi yodeya" series to date. This should be a sample of around 250 tokens of equal value and therefore a good sample to examine. Since the questions are (presumably) judged on their own merit, regardless of the quantity or quality of their answers, what explains the variation in upvotes? Is there something inherently much more compelling about 71 than 72 for example? Or 252 than 133? Or are these numbers so low (0-5) that they are accounted for mostly by randomness? Does this have implications for the rest of the voting system?