First of all I am not criticizing the work of the moderators, I would only learn to use the flags correctly.

I flags this question https://drupal.stackexchange.com/q/183844/28275 as very low quality but:

a moderator reviewed your flag, but found no evidence to support it

And when I go to see the question it is put on hold as primarily opinion-based

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The very low quality flag for questions is described as:

This question has severe formatting or content problems. This question is unlikely to be salvageable through editing, and might need to be removed.

A question that is primary opinion-based doesn't necessarily need to be deleted since it is salvageable: It is enough the OP removes that part that makes it subjective, and asks an objective question.

I would rather use that flag for low quality closed questions that cannot be salvaged or have never been edited from the OP in a way to raise their quality. (This means that an edit that changes i have this problem in I have this problem, or merely adds a link, doesn't count as useful edit.)
For answers, I would use it for non-sense answers like the following one.

dfgdfgdfg etyerthe erhrjhsrjrstjrjrsjhtsrtjh.

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