If they had the park hours of a busy day on a below average attendance day then I'm sure most rides could.

There is a way to be sure, and it’s to look at capacity numbers. BlogMickey estimates attendance on an average day at the Magic Kingdom to be 57,433. The Peoplemover’s theoretical hourly rider capacity is 3,600, which, multiplied by a 14-hour day, is 50,400. That’s the Peoplemover, mind you. Only it and Carousel of Progress can hope for those numbers,

*theoretically*. Most other attractions in the park are about half that. Splash Mountain, for example, has a THRC of 1,800. So, while on a light day the Peoplemover may be able to see every guest, most attractions could hope to see around half of all guests in the park.

Tron Lightcycle Power Run at Shanghai Disneyland has a THRC of 1,680, meaning 23,520 on an impossibly perfect day, so, well under half of all guests in an averagely-attended Magic Kingdom operating at long hours.