Note: In addition to cover the question has asked, I felt to address some relevant issues and hence posting a general answer:
Hinduism StackExchange is not like a game show or popularity contest. The site is not here to dictate or define the views of it's users. The goal is to provide reliable information about Hinduism rather than debating among the beliefs or philosophies.
One should not upvote the post just because his or her personal philosophy or doctoral belief agrees with it. Instead one should cast upvote if the post is quality, well written and researched, backed up with sources and useful to visitors; even if you may disagree with the doctrine or philosophy presented. In brief, Voting should be done on quality and usefulness of posts, not on the doctoral agreement.
Otherwise, such voting based only on the agreement rather than the quality of post would make the voting system like a popularity contest which would be dangerous or unhealthy for the community since such activity highly deviates the goal of Hinduism StacExchange.
We know that among all the religions, Hinduism has very much diversity, there are various beliefs and philosophies. The problem we often face is due to the difference in thoughts and beliefs or different Sampradaya. Let me tell you that proving particular beliefs superior than others is not the objective of this site. We should respect all Sampradyaya, their beliefs and philosophies I've already pointed Please stay away from Shiva vs. Vishnu debate. Btw, I remember we also had a post Please try to appreciate others' views, answers and perspectives - even if you don't agree!
Also note that We should encourage the community to answer in the same alignment to the question. It means "the questions should be answered specifically within the context of the belief system they are asked."
This issue is quite common on religious sites, you're recommended to visit relevant posts on other sites which passed from similar situations: