Imagine there is a poor question and as an example I link the question "Is better be optimistic than pessimistic". "Poor" is a subjective term, but I found this question poorly researched and most of all, primarily opinion-based.
I voted for question closure. Not so much because there may not be a useful answer (not my area of expertise, and psychiatrists may have something useful tom say about this I bet, and there is an upvoted and accepted answer). Thing is, I suspected this question to remain unanswered, bar a handful of opinion-based answers without any scientific foundation. And indeed, several answers have since been posted as in "Please be optimistic because you make more friends bladibla".
Now my question is not so much about this particular question, as it serves as a recent example of a recurring theme (although comments on this specific case are highly welcomed).
The general theme is poor questions generate poor answers. As such questions often remain open, I find it difficult to review the answers, as poor questions generate poor answers. Several pretty low-quality answers posted in my linked question are from newbies. This makes it even more difficult to flag their contributions as they are newbies that have come across this question and think it's the norm.
Any comments on this as to what I should do in terms of reviewing poor answers to poor questions is welcomed (I flagged the newbie answers for mod attention in this case). I know "poor" is subjective, but I hope my linked example gives a fairly good impression of what I define by "poor", namely basically "poorly researched" or "opinion-based" or "pitched such, to very likely lure out opinion-based answers".