Following an audit test failure where I agreed that a question should be closed as too subjective, and was told that there were no major problems with it and I should have left it open, I have two closely related questions:
What is the basis for the statement that there are no major problems with the question? Does the audit system only select questions for the "Close" queue that have been nominated for closure and kept open? Or does it assume that any question which has been open for a few days and attracted some up-votes must be ok?
What is the correct response to the situation above? (This depends partly on the answer to the first question: if the question has already been kept open then nominating it for closure isn't a suitable reaction, although opening a meta thread to discuss where the line is drawn might be).