I have this habit; whenever I see a new user post a "low quality" answer to a question, I tend to upvote it.
When I say "low quality" answers, I mean answers that aren't particularly helpful, or don't exactly attempt to answer the question entirely. These answers aren't blatantly incorrect...they are, in fact, oversimplified and are often very short. (Take for example the second answer to this post...not wrong but not very detailed either).
I do this because I feel it would encourage new users to remain on Chem.SE and contribute further.
My question: How does the community view my actions in this regard? Should I continue doing this?
[Yes, I know my right to cast votes here is...well...purely my right, and it doesn't require any "sanction" from other users. But does my frequent upvoting of "low-quality" answers convey the wrong idea to new users? Should I, perhaps, alter or altogether stop my actions?]