I recently bumped into two edits that only added a boldfaced Very unlikely and Yes, roughly to the beginning of the answer.
Personally, I'm in favor of this clarity (especially with long answers), but I see many answers where the original author refrained from such conclusions, for whatever reason.
- Reject as No difference whatsoever?
- Reject as Conflicts with authors' intent?
- Judge on a case by case basis, like with a long answer having no clear conclusion?
- Having read the opinions in Can we please discourage drawing absolute conclusions from single studies?, let's assume that a decent amount of material is quoted.
- Some (elaborate) answers have comments asking things like 'Does this prove or debunk the claim'? This question does not apply to those.
- Not relevant: When is an edit "too minor" to be accepted?