Let's say I've put forward an idea to a number of people and each person has several different objections to it.
I know I can say:
What are each individual's objections?
- OR -
What are the objections for each of them?
But can I say:
What are each of them's objections?
It sounds awkward, but is it wrong? I don't want to say:
What are each of their objections?
Because the "their" in that sentence refers to all the people and therefore all the objections. What I want is to ask for the objections grouped by person.
Also can I say:
What are each's objections?