For the most part, I’d say yes, but Anglicanism is an extremely “broad tent”, ranging from Continuing Anglicans to Anglo-Catholics to heterodox and outright apostates. It’s a virtual certainty some say “Our Mother” or something similar instead, but, I’d say the vast majority of Episcopal churches do say the Our Father. (The same is probably done, or worse, at some liberal, dissident “Catholic” churches.)
It’s in the Book of Common Prayer, after all, in both versions I have - the 1662 and the 1928 - and I don’t think it was removed in 1979 with the latest revision. It’s in the Anglican liturgical rubrics.