When voting about reopening, I often go to the question-page to see why it was closed, so as to assess whether or not there have been an improvement in that area.
For instance, I just reviewed a question where OP had included a lot a new math (his/her attempt, I guess), so I automatically saw this as something good. However, when finding out that the close-reason was that the question was unclear, I saw that it was indeed still unclear, and voted to leave closed.
- Is it wrong to let my decision be influenced by this? I.e. should I look at the question without any knowledge of it's history and decide whether or not it should be closed?
- If not, could the close-reason be displayed at the voting-page directly?