If any user get any down voted then how he can identify that his post down voted by moderator or high repo user?

Is there any way to identify them? thanks

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    In addition to Iain's answer, up and down votes are equal. An upvote from a high rep user or from someone who joined the site half an hour ago are both worth the same. All that high-rep users and moderators can do in addition to voting is vote to close questions, which isn't really the same thing. – Rob Moir Dec 24 '12 at 14:22

With the exception of a successful series of close votes (which says who voted to close but not how they voted), all voting is anonymous.

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    One other (minor) exception: Close votes that were cast through the review system can be viewed on a user's profile. – Ward - Reinstate Monica Dec 24 '12 at 17:33
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    Delete votes are also not exactly anonymous... Though few can see who cast them. – Chris S Dec 25 '12 at 7:02

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