This has come up multiple times before.
It is simply not appropriate to reward answers like this. Rewards should be designed to encourage desirable behaviour. However, what is the behaviour that is being rewarded here?
Poll questions are also not appropriate. So with that in mind, what is an appropriate question?
It is a question that has a specific, actionable solution. If we have a specific and actionable solution, then people who are not directly involved can read it, test it, and upvote it if it works. This will make the best answer bubble to the top.
For anyone to get this badge in that situation, it means that a significant number of people need to disagree about the technical correctness. So at least 50% of the people would need to be misinformed. Ignorance is not something we want to encourage.
Maybe they're not misinformed, but the answer is unclear. Being vague is something that will cause... y'know, bad stuff.
Maybe it's very clear, but it utilized unorthodox methodology. Unorthodox is unorthodox for a reason, unless there is a very specific need to ignore best practices, it shouldn't be done. If it causes such division amongst the audience, it probably isn't something we want to encourage.
Maybe it's a question of taste and people could fall into either camp. SO is not a forum. It is not a discussion site, it is not a poll site. So again, since we don't want to encourage the questions, we shouldn't be rewarding the answers.