Based on statistics that Shog9 kindly provided we get only a few answers from unregistered users and most of them are bad*:

the past 60 days worth of Mathematica answers produces:

Registered Unregistered Registered Badness Unreg Badness PctRegBad PctUnregBad 
---------- ------------ ------------------ ------------- --------- ----------- 
1659       17           128                13            7.72      76.47

In light of this and given that we have no backlog of review items I propose adding answers from unregistered users to the Low Quality Posts review queue.

* Shog9: "I'm gonna define a 'bad' post as one that has been closed, deleted (by someone other than the author), or down-voted below zero."

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    In addition, I would also suggest that the first posts and LQ review queue require the same number of reviews in agreement (3) before a decision is made. At present, only 1 reviewer is needed to dequeue it.
    – rm -rf Mod
    Aug 7 '13 at 0:12
  • While I don't hate the idea of giving posts from unregistered users a bit better chance of being reviewed, I kinda feel like 17 posts in 60 days isn't really crying out for such a thing. Still, keeping this idea in mind for future reworking of the auto-LQ feed.
    – Shog9
    Sep 13 '13 at 3:55
  • @Shog9 Thanks for considering it.
    – Mr.Wizard
    Sep 13 '13 at 13:47

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