Yesterday's results are in. It was pretty close for much of the day, but at the end Vagueness pulled away and topped DIsagreement in Number by a 59.4-40.6 percent margin, completing the first half of the first-round results.
Moving on to the right side of the bracket, one of today's contestants is the-ever popular "between you and I," instead of the purportedly correct "between you and me," also seen in the construction, "He invited my wife and I" (instead of "me"). The other is sesquipedality, that is, an insistence on using elephantine morphemes (aka big words).
As always, you're voting on a combination of two things: the annoyingness and frequency of the trends.