I was reading You're doing it wrong: A plea for sanity in the Low Quality Posts queue on Meta Stack Overflow and saw something interesting:
TL;DR: Review carefully. Don't delete everything. Deletion is for things that actually aren't answers, not for low-quality answers or "wrong" answers. Flag incorrect comments from review as "not constructive".
I recently asked a Pokemon Go question Why is there a 0 CP egg in this gym?, which some users misconstrued as a question on how to exploit the game. This was not my goal with the question, and I changed the title of my post to reflect that I was asking for information and was not trying to break any rules. One user voted to close the question as off-topic, and I flagged their comment as "not constructive" since I believed my question to be on-topic. The flag was declined.
If I feel that a question has been flagged incorrectly (I put incorrect in quotes in the question title, since this can be subjective), should I mark the comment from review as "not constructive?"