First thought: in case you're unaware of it, you can always vote to
reopen if you think that makes sense and if you have the according reputation. This works like close-voting, just the other way around. And if you happen to lack the reputation, you can leave a comment so other users can become aware of potential objections and maybe also flag for moderator attention too so we get a heads-up and one of us can take a look at things.
Second thought: the "on hold" question shows several opinion-based answers too… but that might just be me looking at the downvoted answers too much.
Anyway, since the question was put on-hold with only 3 votes (one by me), I'll reopen the Q&A for the benefit of the doubt. Yet, that doesn't mean users won't decide to close-vote it as a dupe again if they feel to do so… I (logically) have no influence on that.