Not really, let me elaborate:
SPs are only appealing to people who conduct business on their own or with their IC spouse, this works the best for people who wish to run an establishment on their own, or with their spouse, think of bars, shops etc. This is also the go-to pick for any kind of freelancer.
LLCs are more appealing to small-medium sized establishments, such as nightclubs and other hospitality establishments. KEEP IN MIND the composition of a LLC (the shareholders) can not be altered after its establishment, thus if one of the shareholders leaves, they are forced to establish the LLC.
Partnerships are more appealing to people who plan on running the business together, as it's a better long term choice, considering the leadership can be altered.
LLPs are essentially a hybrid of a LLC and a Partnership, made specially for professionals whom can be held accountable if they are found guilty of malpractice, such as lawyers, doctors, architects etc.
Joint Ventures are similar to a partnerships, though they allow for a company to take part in the partnership. This appealing to businesses who wish to work together.
Corporations are more appealing to bigger companies, as they offer more leadership freedom than a LLC, because the management of a LLC can not be changed after the establishment.
These 6 business types cover the entire spectrum.