When a question has no single, correct answer it is clear that it is subjective. If enough people agree it is often closed, so be it.
When this happens it appears that selecting the reason "Subjective and Argumentative" is then the only one relevant.
However I have seen many subjective questions that were in no way "argumentative".
The term argumentative is actually inflamatory and can reflect very badly on those that closed the question (not necessarily fairly of course).
New users often ask subjective questions until they become more familiar with Community guidelines. Seeing the word argumentative in the close reason for a plainly non-argumentative question, is not going to leave them with a positive experience of SO.
Please split the "Subjective and Argumentative" closing reason into two separate reasons, so that a well-meaning, but obviously subjective question is not "tarred" with the term "argumentative".
Alternatively another option that might mitigate the issue would be to replace the word "and" with "or". ie "Subjective or Argumentative".
[Update] Another option: add a new "Subjective" reason as well as keeping the original "Subjective and Argumentative".
(I have seen this question. It suggests changing the reason to "trolling", this is not what I am requesting.)