I have probably up voted a few questions with low research where the OP is new to Stack Exchange in its entirety, the question seems a best effort for a first-time asker, and I have a hunch that the OP will improve once they get the hang of it. In these cases I have felt that the positive reinforcement of an up vote while they are in the single or low double digit reputation level is more likely to produce an improvement than a negative vote.
But I can't tell for sure if your question is about voting (not in the title) or about the "uptick" (not in the title) or about clarity and usefulness (not in the body).
Shall I vote to close as unclear and downvote you, or shall I leave this comment and this answer and wait a few days to see if you clarify? Which would you find to be more of a positive reinforcement?
I like getting users that are new to SE and seem to be on their way to making good use of the site up beyond 50, or even 100 reputation so they can access more features. I don't know how many others feel that way, but I've seen many people admit this in various metas. 50 is important because it allows commenting on other people's posts, and that really encourages more engagement and use of the site.
Here's a new user treating another new user the way they'd probably prefer to be treated themselves had they made a post in need of improvement. We may have gotten through getting downvoted a lot when we were starting in SE, but that doesn't necessarily mean we need to do the same to the next generation. Instead, let's try to make SE more welcoming than it has been in the past.
This is actually really easy to find on the internet. Try to google and research before posting a question, it saves time :).
68% dark energy 27% dark matter 5% ordinary matter
In 2015 the Planck satellite consortium released an analysis of data collected by the Planck satellite that showed this percentage break down of the universe’s mass/energy.
Ordinary matter: 4.9%
Dark Matter: 26.8%,
Dark Energy: 68.3%