Today there had been a close voting for Latex users make more mistakes which finally lead to the question being closed as a duplicate. After a more careful re-examination of the close proposal, the exact duplicate vote seems to be correct.
I took part in this close voting but unfortunately didn't pay close attention (no pun intended), as I just read the topic of the duplicate question and did vote to close, but as "offtopic - should be migrated to the tex.meta site."
However, I still occur in the list of duplicate voters, although I've never voted to close this question as duplicate.
Does that mean, a question will always be closed, no matter how many people vote for the different close reasons, as long as the total close votes sum up to five? Also, what close reason will be the final one in that case, the one that got the first vote, the one with the most votes etc.?