We have seen a definite increase in close votes, and I understand that they can be a hassle to vote on. I suspect that the reason that 'tech support' gets chosen for off-topic votes is because it's the default off-topic reason.
On to my question: Is it too hard or too much work to select a proper close reason? This is not a sarcastic question, I'm genuinely interested in whether voting to close is too time-intensive.
Choosing a proper close reason is important. Firstly, for site stats and seeing whether a certain close reason pops up (too) often. Secondly – and more importantly – for the asker. If a question is off-topic here, but would be useful and on-topic on another Stack, we’d like to know. That way, the question can be migrated and get an answer, helping out another Stack in the process. Moreover, seeing your question closed with a reason that does obviously not apply or you cannot make any sense of is far from welcoming to new users.
If we can do anything to make close voting easier or faster, I'm in for trying to arrange that. But in the meantime, I'd prefer people handling less close votes but do them well than empty their review queue and be shoddy.