Peer Pressure can be awarded only once per site.
There are other badges which have "This badge can be awarded multiple times." beside their description. These can be awarded multiple times. E.g Good Answer, Great Question, Necromancer etc.,
We do not want you to post which receive a score of -3 or less and delete. So, earning once is more than enough.
It's because you didn't fulfill the second requirement yet
Asked a well-received question on 5 separate days, and maintained a positive question record
And you have 1 deleted question with bad score, so you didn't maintain a positive question record yet. This confusion happen a lot, refer below mentioned main meta for details:
Why I haven't I received ...
The badge has a very simple algorithm. As quoted by Jeff Atwood:
You'll get the yearling badge as long as you have at least (Years * 200) rep by the target date.
Details on how the Yearling badge works
They don't actually check that the 200 reputation was gained in separate years.
Since your recent answer has gathered a lot of reputation in the last ...
Badges are shared through the entire StackExchange system. The best place to ask this is on the StackExchange Meta.
Bounty related badges have already been suggested, in 2009, so I wouldn't suggest holding your breath. They don't seem to be high on the priority list.
No. There is no such tool.
However, there are certain badges that will be awarded for the posts. You can know more about them via reading Badges.
Here you can see, that badges like Nice Question, Good Question, and Great question are awarded when a question reaches the score of 10, 25 and 100 respectively. So, if you see a question that has a score of 10, ...
can anyone explain how Fanatic and Enthusiast badges' criteria works?
Enthusiast and Fanatic badges are awarded for visiting the site on consecutive 30 and 100 days respectively. As mentioned here, what counted as a visit is not public, but from what I've observed, you have to visit home page or your profile page or any post.
Enthusiast needs 30 days. so ...
According to this meta-stackexchange post, to qualify for the Populist badge, you need:
it is the highest scoring answer on the question TRUE
it does not have the accepted checkmark TRUE
it has a score of 23 or more FALSE
it has more than double the score of the accepted answer TRUE
the accepted answer has a score of 11 or more FALSE
it is ...