I think this could be an interesting discussion for everyone as there’s evidence here throughout on both sides of the argument where someone’s logic bites them in the ass because they didn’t have correct data or someone had the correct data but didn’t make a lick of sense. I think this makes the answer:
Both are important!
A sound argument requires correct facts in rational form.
But, I think in the long run, it pays to be logical. You don’t have to be the most knowledgeable person to find flaws in concepts or put together factual knowns to extrapolate verity. This is actually assisted by Intuition in my mind.
But is intuition enough to make a sound argument? It may be enough to be right. But not enough to make sense.