There is simply no better way to cook your favorite hippie collective's cannabis infused vegan sprouted grown in the wild and picked at night vegan burger than outdoors on a single induction burner made by hand in Cuba and transported to you by a sail boat and powered by a wind turbine you built yourself from local scrap parts with two tethered goats that fill in when there is no wind and who are monitored 24/7 by PETA.
Personally, I grew up (as in, at the ages I was first actually using a range at all, still at home with my parents) cooking on gas, and prefer that in terms of how it cooks. Since then, however, as best I can remember, everywhere I've lived has had electric coil cooktops, and I've gotten used to them for the most part. Those, and electric appliances that avoid the use of the range entirely, are the only things I have experience with. Speaking of which, I really ought to start remembering that when I'm cooking something that starts with boiling water, I should probably use my electric kettle first instead of starting from cold water on the stove.
One of the things I like about a gas range is the theoretical ability to cook on it when the power is out.
In terms of air quality, safety, environmental impact, and energy efficiency, though...induction cooktop. Come to think of it, I should really try to get an opportunity to cook on one before I end up in the position of deciding whether to own one or not, but the people I know who have them have never said oh it's horrible, so I doubt - for the amount I cook and the kinds of things I cook - that it could be bad enough for me to decide I had to have something else. It would also probably behoove me to figure out whether I have any cookware that wouldn't work with one, but I don't have any I'm sufficiently attached to that it would stop me.
From a strictly personal utilitarian perspective, I prefer gas mainly because my favorite wok, which I've had for over 30 years, is concave shaped and wouldn't work on an electric cooktop. The other aspect that I don't like about electric cooktops is shutoff latency - they continue to heat the pot/pan for a bit after you've shut it off.
I would have no issue with phasing out gas stoves for societal reasons.