When a closed question has zero redeeming value and bad content, is it encouraged that high-rep users vote to delete it?
As an example: " world with words of power " (which Gorchestopher H correctly identified as 100% dupe).
If so, is there a way to promote that? (I mean in the sense of promoting the knowledge among high rep users that they CAN do so and should).
The reason I ask is that I can see pretty reliably that high rep users vote to close bad questions; but very rarely see anyone but me vote to delete them (based on my always being delete vote #1 - I admit to not ever monitoring "delete votes" moderator tool queue so I could be wrong).
Just to be clear, this question is under assumption that the question is unambiguously and unquestionably bad; can not and should not be fixed, and contains zero useful information in either question or the answers (meaning no need to ask moderators to merge). It is NOT intended as grounds to discuss which questions are worth deleting vs. not.