+1FWIW, all of my lens did require some AFMAing.
I've had lenses that require no AFMA...on one body. But I've never had a lens that didn't require AFMA on at least one of two-three bodies. Since most people keep lenses through many bodies, it's almost certain that every lens will need AFMA at some point.
When I see people state, "None of my lenses need adjustment," I think they've either got one body and only 1-2 lenses and are very lucky, or more likely, they're not testing carefully.
I'll also say that even though an adjustment of 1-2 units for an f/4 or f/5.6 lens isn't going to be easily noticeable on any given shot, what it does is result in more accurate AF, on average.
I just got my 24-105L back from Canon service for zoom collar replacement (due to lens creep.) I ran through AFMA on my 6D and 7D and the difference in the lens from before was about a +5 adjustment on FoCal. It worried me, so I did a manual test and came up with the same magnitude of change. I went with the FoCal settings, but I was really surprised how much difference I had on the same lens.