Crownode is not as transparent in voting as I would like it to be.I am just relaying what QE told us about the voting power of the Super MNs, if the collateral is 10k, they will have 10 votes, if it is 4k, then 4 votes and so on. regarding the votes of clusters like Crowdnode, they are so transparent, we even capture them here https://mnowatch.org/crowdnode/ if anything went awry there, we would see it and call it out instantly, in the case their votes keys got lose, which might happen since by definition they need to be online, then they can quickly re-key the MNs with new keys, the threat of their votes being used nefariously is minuscule.
They do not publish their mechanism which decides why a crowdnode voted for the specific proposals.
They do not publish a list of the votes of the numerous individual dash addresses that are composing each crowdnode.
We dont have that information, do we?