There is a recent question
that has been closed. I am canvassing support for reopening it.
It is a question with way too many parts, many of those subquestions are not just broad but require an encyclopedia, and other subquestions are asking for numbers for vague un-numerable things (percentage of overlap of American and British idioms). And then there is a longish list of individual idioms asked about.
The question is ostensibly very closable.
But I'd like to make a case for reopening it, since (biasedly) I have an answer for all those subquestions (for the broad ones, the answer is generally 'get a book' or an explanation as to why words are hard to count). And then for the individual idioms there actually is a quantitative method to compare them.
I think the 'no answer' answers will be informative to many as to what 'too broad' means. And the answers for the specific idioms will teach people that such comparisons should now almost be considered gen ref.
So I am requesting a couple more reopen votes.