I now realize that many of the closure proposals I was voting for are from posts that date back several years (in this case I received a report from someone who flagged a post from 2016 but I can't say who requested these posts to be closed). I'll give you an example.
How should we behave in these cases?
At first glance I would be inclined to keep the question open since they are such old questions that users will no longer answer (I imagine, even if even in this case the fact that no one answers the questions anymore would make it indifferent whether the question should remain open or closed), but if I had to be precise and specifically evaluate the quality of the question (beyond the date) I would be more inclined to close it, also because I don't know the date range within which I can ignore these old, badly asked questions.
Could I have some guidance on how to behave in these cases?