A question posted just now was titled Best Book for Java Programming. Of course, it was almost immediately closed as a duplicate question. I popped over to the Ask a Question page and typed in the same title, and not only did the "subjective and likely to be closed" message come up, but quite a number of suggested Java programming book related questions.
It seems that the OP completely missed all that useful information. What can Stack Overflow do, if anything, to improve this experience for everybody? It would be better for the OP if they could get the answer to their question more quickly, and better for the site if participants didn't have to spend effort finding duplicates and closing these kinds of questions.
What if the "Ask a Question" page were split into two parts, one where the user types in their title and gets suggestions, then after confirming that "none of the above links help me" then a next page that contains a question body field. Or perhaps better, with some jQuery the body field could be hidden until the user confirms that none of the suggested links solve their problem.