Just to give you an example in HersheyPark there are two main Arcades. The main Arcade is a huge amazing Arcade full of great retro cabinets with things like a Deluxe After Burner II cabinet, Super Monoaco, Golden Axe, Street Fighter II, Galaxy Force, and many other great 80's and early 90's games. There's also 4-8 (can't remember specifically) Daytona USA 2 cabinets all linked up and 2 Deluxe Daytona USA cabinets as well as later Sega Racing cabinets. There wasn't a single Fast and the Furious or Cruis'in cabinet in there at all last time I was there. Over in the smaller Arcade it's mostly the Hunting light gun games, ticket games (Skeeball), and DDR. There is one Cruis'in cabinet in there though. So yeah, you have about 6-10+ Daytona and other Sega Arcade racers vs 1 Cruis'in Cabinet in the entire park.
Another example was when I was in Miami in 2005 for a Scuba trip to the Florida Keys. We went to a Dave and Busters. In the Arcade they had against one wall 8 Daytona USA machines with a huge screen above them that showed the screen of the Race leader. Against the wall perpendicular to it was what looked like 8 Virtua Racing Deluxe machines (I say looked like because if I remember correctly some of these were converted into a Model 2 F1 racer and I didn't get a good look) all linked with again a large screen showing the race leader. Again there were no Cruis'in Machines in site. There was one Fast and the Furious Machine over in the corner though.
And finally when I moved to Maryland this year I went to a nearby Dave and Busters. In their Arcade room were 8 Deluxe Daytona USA machines all linked up. Beside it were about 4 Twin Nascar racing games, and in the corner were two Fast and the Furious machines. No Cruis'in machines though. The Daytona machines had the most people playing it and people waiting to play it.
Fast and the Furious and Cruis'in games may still exist in Wal-Marts and random places here and there, but in the major Arcades that get actual traffic and lots of people playing the games, Daytona still reigns supreme. Considering how old Daytona USA is, that's quite a feat.