As I understand, voting on the meta is supposed to be fundamentally different than voting on the main. By this I mean on the Main:
- Upvotes mean: well researched, clear etc.
- Downvotes mean: badly researched, unclear etc.
On the Meta:
- Upvotes: I agree
- Downvotes: I disagree
So why is it that when I hover over the up and down vote buttons on a post in the meta it shows the same hover text as on the main?
This could be misinformative to users who may be unaware on how meta voting works.
So changing the hover text to "I agree with this answer/question/whatever" and "I disagree with this answer/question/whatever" may help distinguish clearly the functionality of voting on the meta.
This may be applicable to other metas as well so this question may possibly need to be migrated to the SE meta.