I've noticed a recent uptick in questions fitting this format in the past few days. Most have been closed (one I can't find), and the others are on their way to closure.
Some have implied in the comments that it is OK if it's CW, but I don't think they even make good CW questions. I don't feel these are quality questions that should be accepted based on the following:
They are polls. Although some provide criteria in an attempt to narrow their focus, I think that just makes them more focused polls. The answers will still just be things like; "a candy bar", "fruit", "a banana", "anything small and high in protein", etc.
They are subjective. These are thinly veiled "What's your favorite _____?" questions.
They are significantly health/nutrition focused.
They don't have anything to do with cooking.
I'd like to elaborate on this last point a little. The title of this stackexchange is currently "Food & Cooking". I think we as a community should be putting a lot more emphasis on the Cooking aspect of this. (I almost wish the initial proposer didn't use the word Food in the title). This has been discussed here, but doesn't seem to have received much feedback (+4 each for both yay and nay). However, even the answer supporting that topic has the caveat that it should be on the curriculum of a culinary school. This type of question doesn't meet that measure.
This just isn't the type of question I want to see on this site. I simply don't think it's relevant what snack is good for your desk, car, swing set, crib, or backpack while hiking Mt. Everest.
What are your thoughts?