React is from Facebook which earns it immediate negative points
Unlike the other frameworks, it's actually battle tested and built to tackle real world problems in their core codebase. Angular might be backed by Google, but it is not used for anything major. I don't see how that's negative points for React?
React is the safe bet going into 2018. It's being used in a growing number of large applications, many are still being built. It'll be around for a good while longer.
As @Paul_Wilkins said, Vue is also a good bet, but I have not seen it on many job listings and don't know of any major places using it. But it is very popular in Web Dev communities and used in a lot of side projects.
I probably wouldn't bother with Angular, unless that's just something you want to do or you have a reason to learn it. Typescript on the other hand, is still growing and I think it's going to grow even more. MS released a React/Redux TS Boilerplate in 2017.