Personally I prefer the yoke. I feel like I have more control of the aircraft than just with a sidestick. It also somewhat a mimics a car’s wheel, hence I’d imagine it would be much easier to adjust to a yoke compared to a sidestick. Also, some people pointed out that you can’t see what your other pilot’s control input is, which I feel is quite important, especially in rare emergencies where this would help (me) to bring the aircraft in control. Not that I’m a pilot, however.
However, there are obviously benefits to a sidestick than a yoke. For example, there is more working space, with a table which can be pulled out. I’d feel that the space would be quite beneficial in pre-flight and post-flight stages.
But you can’t judge a book by its cover - I think in order to make a fair comparison you should get some flying time behind both the yoke and the sidestick. I think it all comes down to personal preference.