I have noticed that as I look at a newly posted question on CV that it may already have say in one case 2 or 3 upvotes or in another 1 or 2 downvotes. The question is completely new and has only been up for a few minutes. There are no edits, no comments and no answers. In that situation I would never vote on the question even if after reading
(1) I think it is a good question: or
(2) I think it is a bad question.
In case 1 I may be inclined to upvote but no one has commented and I may be overlooking something.
In case 2 I may be inclined to downvote but maybe I am just not familiar with terminology that the OP uses but a commentator may clarify later.
I realize that users are free to vote when a question is brand new and this can be a judgment call. But in my case I am not so confident to believe that I know enough to vote when the question is brand new. I think upvotes and downvotes deserve a little time to consider and the decision is not urgent.
Do you agree with my position or do you see a reason why a very early vote (up or down on the question) could be justified?