Jupiter rotates in less than 10 hours. Its rotation is differential, with the upper layers of the atmosphere spinning a bit faster at the equator than at higher latitudes. Do the inner layers of Jupiter rotate at the same (angular) speed as the outmost layers of the atmosphere?
No. The deep interior of the planet rotates as (nearly) a rigid body (Guillot et al. 2018), while the outer part of the planet undergoes differential rotation. Therefore the interior and exterior rotation cannot match at all latitudes simultaneously.