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Interrogative over leading questions

A leading question inquires about whether the other person agrees or not with a statement. Interrogative ones start with what, why, when, who, where

"Did you like the song?" (leading) vs "What did you think about the song?" (interrogative). 

A leading question is more emotionally charged and low in information. It leads to .... worse engagements.

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