This poll is a bit topical, given the current West versus Russian discussion thread.
It is notable that both the Germans & the Western Allies realised that their twin-engined aircraft were too big & vulnerable
for real A2G/close support duties ( even the P-38 was withdrawn after suffering prohibitively).
& none of the USAAF A-attack machines were up to the task either, the A-24 went to the USMC, A-36's were used up in Italy,
with the A-26 was being used( & later re-designated) as a medium bomber.
I know it is 'fashionable' these days for some to claim that F-B's were flak-bait, & were more costly for the Allies than to the Germans,
but examination of the unfortunate 'friendly fire' incidents ( the savage strafing meted out kept secret in Allied records), belies this.
Of the aircraft on the poll, as far as performance goes, inc' weaponry - the Typhoon is the pick, as shown by the RAF choosing
to employ its own Thunderbolts only against the lesser forces of Nippon, on the Burma front, & not in the real hot zone of the ETO.
As some have pointed out, the P-47 was at its best above 15,000 ft, where it could take on the 109/190s, but in fact, there
was not much A2G 'trade' to be had - up that high in Europe, whereas that 0 -15,000 ft zone was where the Typhoon shined.
Interviews with Jagdwaffe pilots show that they fancied their chances on the deck against the 9th AF's P-47's,
esp' when heavily bomb-laden, & rating even a forced ordnance jettison as a form of success.