I've recognized that the way I ask a question influences the answers I get - even though it's the same content.
How can I ask more neutral questions and thus get more objective answers?
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Be as objective as possible when writing your questions. Include both sides of point of view evenly, letting the community decide which side they feel makes more sense.
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