I think the issue you're running into is that the anonymity of this site allows individuals who like to "throw stones" to down-vote willy-nilly, purely for their cynical personal entertainment, and independent of whether the question or answer is of good quality.
Thus if you post anything, there's a reasonable chance it will be downvoted. I've listed below a question and some answers I've posted, all of which have been downvoted. [I'm able to see this because I can view the actual voting history; you may not have access to this—I don't know.]
The difference with mine is that enough people upvoted them to make up for the downvote(s), which didn't occur in your case. So the only solution to avoid going into the negatives is to try making your questions of high enough quality that people will upvote them.
To do this, you'll want to exert significantly more research effort on your own (compare my question with yours, for instance). This can (and should) include finding supporting sources (textbooks and Wikipedia, as well as primary sources), understanding what those sources say, linking/citing those sources, and summarizing what they say in your question.
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