I have noticed the influx of ELL type questions. [And the ELL, barely English answers - but that is a different meta]
I see a lot of questions where it is obvious that the writer has little grasp of the English language or they are intoxicated or both. Obviously these are better suited questions for the ELL. But they are answered and kept open. [Even worse IMO is the fact that people go through and edit their poor grammar/spelling/whatever and try make a proper question of it.]
These are not the questions but the background to my question. My question is - Why do we keep closing out good questions as primarily opinion based?
Most of the questions on this site involve a lot of opinion. If someone writes an intelligent question with research or context and they display a perceived knowledge of the English language why would we want to close their question? If anything reword their question title or make a few small edits to help it pass through.
Personally I have closed a lot of questions on ELU in a short amount of time. I like going through the review process rather than reading the front page because I tend to miss things on the front page. I have closed maybe 10 questions out of 1100+ because of primarily opinion based. I have no disposition against closing poor questions but I would like to know others' opinions on this and what they want to answer.