That's my question; what do you think?
Okay, that was a particularly egregious example (though not unlike some I've seen on Mi Yodeya). A more common example is when someone is asking, say, whether sledding is permitted on the sabbath, but the concept "to sled" appears only in the title. (The question body might say only "Is it allowed on the sabbath? On the one hand, it's like a vehicle, but on the other it's not motorized. And then maybe it's furrowing the snow and forbidden as plowing?" or the like.)
I've long edited such questions so that sufficient information to understand the question is in the question post itself and people needn't look at the title to understand the question. I do this because (a) people might skip over the title while reading a question and (b) it just seems reasonable to me that a written work be self-contained (to the extent possible) and not dependent on its title, of all things.
However, I've made such edits many times. Which means that many posts have been made (by many users, actually) that don't include full information in the question body, relegating some to the title only. Which makes me wonder: maybe all those users are in the majority, and the site user body as a whole disagrees with me. Is that the case? Should I stop making such edits? Do people think information that appears in a question title is just as good as if it appears in the question body? Or should I (and others) keep making such edits?