Before it's marked as duplicate, I've read the excellent post:
I would like to propose that we change our Primarily Opinion Based closure reason to something more constructive. I've been noticing that people have been voting to close too many single-word and phrase requests for this reason. Most of the time when someone is asking for a single-word request it's because they need ideas on how to express a difficult subject. The need for an accepted answer is less important for these questions. Rather, multiple people providing multiple answers often gives the OP more information.
I can hear you thinking, We're not a forum. But, we also don't delete the other answers after a question has had an answer accepted. So, we do support and recognize the notion of discussion.
Here is my proposal for a replacement:
A Clear Answer Does Not Exist
This question is asking for opinions rather than answers. Please try to avoid asking questions that ask for the best or the most common or do people know .... This type of question rarely results in a clear answer. This is not a closure for single-word requests or phrase-requests.
This is just a suggestion. I think that POB is a good tool for closure, but it's just being wielded the wrong way.