I am looking at the 15 newest questions.
.... In other words, a stunning 83.3% of all questions by new users are bad questions!
Unfortunately, your sample is flawed/biased but understandably so.
The newest questions aren't really a good measure of quality because questions take time to mature and be voted on by the community. Give those same questions a couple of days and check the results.
Now I'm not going to argue that there weren't some real stinkers in there and the questions with the most amount of downvotes have, arguably, been correctly treated.
Downvotes are a community judgement on, primarily, how much prior research has been done and the usefulness of the question.
I think you will find that the most "disliked" questions in your bunch lacked sufficient research (or were based on a complete misunderstanding) or aren't particularly useful to the community (but opinions on some differ).
Equally, we have an enthusiastic core of members who are here a lot and take our community moderation seriously. We recognise duplicate questions (a research issue), stuff that doesn't fit our format (bathroom breaks!) or is just plain off-topic. Those get downvoted/close-voted (sometimes not enough of both) so that the site's bots can clean them up in due course.
I also applaud your attempts to improve your question(s). Frankly I voted to leave the Transformers one open and re-open it once it was closed.
Sometimes the answer to a question is "We don't know" or "The movies aren't consistent" and should be answered on that basis.
That doesn't make the question invalid/bad/unworthy even if, in our heads, we're thinking "well that's obvious".