Sometimes there are questions that are based on very bad or wrong assumptions. I am thinking of something like this one, that is 'how many lines of codes should a programmer commit per day?'. The top answer says you shouldn't measure productivity by lines of code and explains why and I completely agree with it. But the original question currently has an overall score of -4 and I assume it is at risk of being closed as a bad question.
My question: does this count as a bad question? To me it seems like a good question and hopefully the answer is actually useful to OP. OP has some misunderstandings but OP asked a question about it and we are trying to help. Looks all good to me.
So should questions like this be encouraged or not?