According to the voting statistics how many people thought The Huntsman Winters War was better than Snow White and the Huntsman?

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In a discussion with a friend the debate of Snow White and the Huntsman (249,772 voters) vs. The Huntsman Winter's War (79,258 voters) and how much better a film the latter is which is displayed in the voting tallys.

Given that most of the votes tallied for the second film will have been from people who had willingly gone on to actually watch the second one, and 32% less people voted on it, then it's a safe bet those votes are mostly from people who have seen both. That the score of 6.1/10 is the same must mean that statistically more people liked the second than the first. This is of course impossible to know without seeing the actual tallys, which are imdb secreted. Okay. 

For 78% of the remainder to vote the exact same in a score out of 10, while not impossible, is statistically unlikely. So too is the unlikelihood that the first 32% of voters really, really, liked the 1st so much more than they would've liked the 2nd, yet then not voted on the 2nd or voted for it poorly. So the actual number I'm looking for is the number of voters who voted on the first and second, and the % of them who thought it was better.
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In general, I'd love to be able to know how many more people rated any given movie higher than any given other movie rated by the same people. That would be new feature.
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Without needing to know who those voters were. The more we know about the actual voters themselves the more the industry will skew production habits.

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