Is "What’s not to like" often used?
Yes, the phrase "what's not to like?" is common to use. It is a rhetorical question, so even though it is in a question form, it is more of a statement and does not require an answer. It is used to emphasize something that is very good and express an opinion that nothing seems to be bad or faulty with it. Ex: The rent is cheap and everything is really nice in this apartment. What's not to like? Ex: What's not to like about her? She's perfect for you.
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