In addition, the answer to the first question is simply the opinion of the writer: it contains no references to back up his or her claim. The OP did not accept the answer.
The OP then re-phrased the question and got two opposing answers, but then the question was closed. Should we perhaps assess the quality of the answers to the first question before closing the second as a duplicate?
Ironically, the automated closure message for the second question ends with this text: "This question has been asked before and already has an answer. If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question". The OP already did that... but that question was closed as a duplicate!