This is somewhat related to this question on question closure due to speculative answers, but it goes a bit further.
I've seen a couple of questions here and here that are clearly stackworthy, but generate a lot of unsupported opinion-based answers that generate upvotes.
This suggests that we may need to look at ways to help educate the community on how to answer these types appropriately because what we're doing now doesn't seem to resolve the issue moving forward.
Are there things that can be done or is this just an ongoing issue without a good solution besides closure of question in the hopes that the community can self-correct?
What I don't want to do is look at borderline questions and say to myself "This is probably okay, but I know the answers won't be, so I'm going to VTC" It seems unfair that questions that should be good questions here end up not being so because the community isn't answering them from the correct lens.