The short answer is that it depends, but probably not. The truth is it depends on the company.
Why? Data protection laws in the US are very fragmented. A small handful of states have decided to legally protect their citizens from the extractive model of most companies on the internet but many states have not.
You can learn more about what rights you have in your state here: https://iapp.org/resources/article/state-comparison-table/
The short answer is that it depends. The first question is whether or not your state protect you at all. You can find out more here: https://iapp.org/resources/article/state-comparison-table/
If your state has legal requirements for companies to protect its citizens, time to respond to data request still varies and in most cases is not automated. Some states require companies to respond within 30 days, some give companies 45 days, some give 60 days.
The number of days is also dependent upon when the request is received. For example, if it took the company 10 days to get to your email, most companies then have the legally defined response days from the date the email was opened.
This is a tricky question that depends on where you live. The most common data rights being fought for are:
These rights are not guaranteed for everyone around the globe. For full detail as to what rights you have as a citizen of the United States, you can view the US State Comprehensive Privacy Law Comparison by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).