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This is just for fun sake. Would love to see what is the most duplicated question? Some may question the reason behind it? It can be a learning link, where new user can see how two question may sound different but have similar meaning. What type of question not to ask. Further more when you type a question, the tab on top that shows "questions that may already have your answer" is not fool-proof. The best duplicate can be spotted on related question, which is after you have posted. That time either you realize or some one will flag your question.

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    By performing a search with the parameters is:question duplicate:yes, you get a list of all the questions closed as duplicates. As far as I know, that's the only way to search for duplicates. – JNat Jan 16 '15 at 10:20
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The almighty Data Explorer has answers for you: Posts that are the target of the most duplicate closures.

As of this writing, only the following questions are the target of more than one duplicate closure:

(Since this is a small site, the results are obviously sparse and not very interesting. A site like Stack Overflow has much more interesting results.)

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