It varies. Gateron is probably the highest quality Cherry clone that's widely available, and some of their linear switches are actually more sought after than their Cherry counterparts due to a smoother feel. Their clicky switches are a mixed bag imo, and can be very inconsistent in feel across a board. Most people I know that use those clicky switches buy a bulk order of them and try them out in a tester before soldering them into place. This helps weed out any mushy or 'off' feeling switches.
There seem to be a plethora of other Cherry clones available these days though, although other than Gateron (or some harder to get switches like Zealios) I wouldn't bother with them personally. The reason being that many of the budget switches available are of a somewhat lower quality which is noticeable. This can pertain to anything from inconsistent actuation points or spring weights, to quality issues like switches failing, wobbling, or squeaking over time.