Sadly, there is always a steady influx of low quality questions, but that is not just on this corner on the SE network.
I want to know if a review behaviour I have used for a while is reasonable, or if it is something I should stop doing:
When a question appears in the "close votes" category, I sometimes, after reading it and if needed after adding a comment, think it is a question that should be closed.
Sometimes, it has more than one issue. For instance, a combination of "off-topic", "too broad" and "primary opinion based" is perfectly possible.
What I have been doing:
If someone has voted to close it as "too-broad", but I think it is "off-topic" as well, I go for "off-topic". Generally, When someone has voted to close it for one reason, but I think there are other reasons as well, I chose one of them instead to signal that there are several issues with this question.
Is that a reasonable thing to do? Or is consensus preferable?