User reviews wise, the PC version of Cyberpunk is beating TLOU 2 on Metacritic xD 5.7 for TLOU 2 vs 7.2 for Cyberpunk PC. Consoler user reviews for Cyberpunk are lower though, due to what a mess the game is on base PS4/XB1.
I mean if we're being honest, one of those got bombarded by an online campaign against it for reasons that are - at times - dubious at best, and one is the game barely being playable. Not saying that anyone who inherently dislikes one or the other or prefers one to the other is a troll, we all have our own opinions, but I think most people can agree (probably not you) that one user score aggregate is at least more understandable than the other.
I'd say the PC version of Cyberpunk is more than playable. Yes, the console versions are a mess and their user scores are both lower than TLOU 2, but the PC version is in pretty decent shape, a bit buggy, but nowhere near the level of issues on consoles, especially base consoles. Steam is at 79% on user reviews.
As for The Last of Us 2 user reviews, yes there was a user score downvoting campaign against it from people who were mad about things they saw in the leaks as well as from people who hate Druckman, but there are also plenty of legit TLOU 1 fans who played it and didn't like it from what I saw. How many? It's hard to say, the legit criticisms kind of got lost in the sea of the targeted campaign.
Cyberpunk also had a bit of an unfair campaign against it if we're being honest, I can guarantee you that a good number of those negative user reviews on metacritic are from people who didn't even buy it and were never interested in it to start with probably. There was a campaign against Cyberpunk by certain SJW types before it ever released due to what they saw as an anti-trans rights positions by CD Projekt, as well as over the crunch allegations. Then you have the console fanboy types who will have slammed it with bad user reviews on all platforms, even on PC, because they were unhappy about the console version performance.
In the end, I would say that neither game got a totally fair shake as far as user reviews went. It's always like this with any game that is controversial on release, be it No Man's Sky, TLOU 2, Cyberpunk, or Fallout 76, they get slammed with overreaction user reviews and user reviews from people who didn't even play the game, you can't really get a fair picture of how people actually feel about the game.