I've seen several instances where two or three answers are very similar (though having materially identical content) but receive a different amount of votes. Ignoring the advantage that goes to earlier posters, there must be a difference in the discourse of the answers in order for them to be rated differently.
In such a case (and after the voting dust has settled) is it acceptable to ask for a critique of the answer on Meta using a link the question/answer?
To be clear I'm not asking about reviewing the factuality of one answer versus another, since that should be dealt with in the question itself. I'm interested in examining the "votability" or appeal to the general public. I think that if this was done in good faith by myself and others, the quality of the answers on this SE would improve as a result.
Also, I'm interested particularly in the case of a poster asking for critique on his/her own answer rather than the nomination of other. However, within that scope I wonder if it is acceptable for the request for such a critique to include a review of all answers to a given question. Maybe a pro/con?