I'm pretty sure I disagree with most of the world on this.
I think the "voice" of the story should be the character's voice, regardless the point of view. To give an example, the mc of a story I recently wrote is a British expatriate woman. Because of this, the language in the story is entirely different from the language I use for my YA novels. I wrote the story in third person. Still, I wanted to use her pattern of speech to tell it. I wanted her voice.
But many would argue that writers need to find "their own voice," that sets one person's writing apart from the rest of the world's.
Is there a perfect balance here? Is a balance even possible?
What do you think? I really want to know.