This example is not really expressive, but sometimes, there are much more people following the more general one than the more specific one, so it could be a better choice, even if the more specific one is more meaningful.
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Generally, of what use are specific tags at all, if they are not used when they apply? So from that, I'd say use the specific one (even if I can imagine situations where it would make sense to use them in tandem, saying it's both about the general case and the specific subcase).