Lookin' for an answer, greppin' the Internets, I only found answers like "it's programmer's choice". What's your opinion about this?
For JSON, it is easy. Always use double quotes.
Use single quotes for strings that only make sense to the program: symbols, property names, character constants, etc.
The advice "Programmer's choice" is usually very bad advice. Always look deeper.
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