In discussion on another question there was some disagreement over whether a question can be deleted by regular users if it has an upvoted answer. (Here we are talking neither about deletion by the OP nor deletions by a moderator. This is about deletions by votes to delete which are available to 10k+ users and with a bit less restrictions to 20k+ users.)
Despite looking at the same examples and the same FAQ and help entries, different commenters arrived to different conclusions. One source of the problem seems to be that I do not have sufficient reputation on this site to view deleted questions, so it's difficult for me to include specific examples that can be verified by 10k users on this site. (I am able to find some questions that have upvoted answers and were deleted using SEDE, but still I do not see revision history and I cannot check whether they were deleted by a mod or by regular users voting to delete.)
Question: Can a question which has an upvoted answer be deleted if regular users vote to delete the question? Could you in your answer include also some examples (from this site, if possible)?.