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Narcissism The well received questions you cited are all broadly about the left-right divide in the United States. Questions about that provide those answering the opportunity to indulge in discussing their own political identity as well as the identity of people they don't agree with. That also creates a bandwagoning effect where those answering who don't ...


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The difference is that in the questions that were well received, the group in question is a political party with an ideology, policy positions, and ample targeted polling. In your question, you’re asking about the motivations of individuals, which is the definition of the close reason. Look at those 4 questions you used as examples: in 2-4, the group is ...


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Simply a matter of who sees those questions and where they see them. Not all users see those questions and some of them get spotted. If a question like that gets spotted and put into the close vote queue there is likely a wider audience that will see it and vote to close. There have been plenty of examples of a question not getting spotted by those that ...


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