I noticed in this recently closed question that there are multiple close reasons presented.
Here's a screenshot of the post notice:
From my understanding, only one close reason is selected when closure occurs, and this reason is typically the reason chosen first, most highly-voted for, or the reason a moderator chose.
Quoting this previously proposed duplicate:
Multiple canned off-topic reasons are no longer shown on closures going forward; instead, only one is shown, and the one that gets shown is the first one to have been voted for. (This does not affect questions closed prior to the revamp.)
But this doesn't appear to be true given that multiple closure reasons are visible above.
Question closure was very recently updated to no longer show the users who voted to close to the author in the author's post notice. Instead, it simply explains the closure reason and gives guidance on what to do next.
So... When are multiple closure reasons displayed?
Further, is this intentional? When the post notice changes were launched, it appeared that only the highest (or first) voted off-topic/community-specifc reason was chosen. Is this no longer the case?