If you hover over the downvote button, it says:
This question does not show any research effort; it is unclear or not useful.
Given that 'official' reason for downvotes, and numerous feature requests on Meta SE asking about forcing people to give a reason for downvoting, all being declined, a question asking why things are downvoted isn't a good approach.
Instead of asking why it has downvotes, we should probably ask ourselves why it doesn't have any close votes, comments asking for more clarification or comments explaining why this question is unuseful on a site about Interpersonal Skills (behaviors used to interact with people well).
Even this question here doesn't make a strong case for the current question showing research effort, being a clear and useful addition to a site about behaviors used to interact with people well, besides that apparently 'there may be more places where people microwave fish, sabotage the microwave and vote against microwaving fish'.