Keep in mind that Wordpress is very bloated and there are a lot of file includes required just to render one page. That requires a considerable amount of resources. You will find no shortage of people complaining about Wordpress being slow, especially on crappy web hosts.
Now, I don't know if this is hosted on Go Daddy shared hosting or a dedicated server. Go Daddy is a well-known overseller and they cram as many accounts on their servers as possible. My experience with Go Daddy years ago was that page generation speed was acceptable (but not fast) when I first started but got slower and slower over time as the server became more and more overloaded.
The true test is to check during peak times, usually in the late afternoon about 4 - 6 PM Eastern Time. That's when Go Daddy's servers were the slowest when I was on them. I'll try and check again about that time (if I remember) and see how it is at that time.
Try checking the load times during various times of day, especially during peak time in the late afternoon to early evening. Be sure to clear your browser cache each time or find some online tool to check your load time. Then you may get a better idea.