I don’t think I really have a legitimate reason for liking it better, it’s just personal preference. At first, I tried it out because I discovered WordPress allows you to create “Pages”, which gives you the option to have tabs on the top of the home page, which I really wanted for my “Catechesis of the Popes” site to organize the papal audiences by theme.
However, I discovered after I set up the WordPress site that Blogger added the “pages” feature, so it is available with them, too. :o
I do still prefer WordPress’ dashboard, though. The way it is laid out makes more intuitive sense to me. They have some pretty neat tools, too, like one that scans your blog post and pulls up public domain images from the internet that you can include in the blog post. I really like that one.
Also, WordPress gives you a lot in the way of tracking your site stats. It tells you what Google searches led people to your site and what links from elsewhere on the net people clicked through to come to your site. Maybe Blogger does this now, too. It’s been a while since I played around with Blogger.