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You can also "feature" your question. Featured Questions are kept at the top of recent questions and in the Featured Question box on the homepage for 24 hours.
After your username becomes more recognizable, more people "know" you, more will answer then too.
People answer questions when they have a strong opinion about the matter and an offensive or trolling question gets people worked up - emotional - and interested in responding to the question. A question that is important to you but not of importance to other people's moral or personal preferences is less likely to get answered.
Cos the moderators aren't reading every posts to know the each particular user well enough or something. They are not good at tracking the trolls who write in a certain distinct way but long time users can pick it up easily
That's because this website doesn't have a lot of people who want to do any deep thinking. Seriously. I find it somewhat amusing and sad, but people here do lack sincerity for the most part, it's about how things relate back to you and whether it's of any interest to you. Hah.