I'll try not to make this a general opinion question, which is against the community guidelines.
I've noticed that when I put forth an answer with radio buttons in it, there is almost always a strong rejection by the designer asking the question. "They take up too much space" is a common objection.
With more mobile-forward alternatives like toggles and compound buttons, I suppose the world is moving on from radios, even in desktop design. They are still considered highly accessible and thus have value. But, is there a tested, research-backed reason for this, or is it a matter of simply wanting to stay fresh-looking in aesthetics?
input type=radiowill still be there in the code, but it won't look as a radio button, something which is not common to other form elements.