A particularly striking example is around perceptions of wealth. In asking about wealth, they ask how much the average black household has if for every $100 the average white household has. The average answer was $85; the reality, $5.
It's easy to think white privilege doesn't exist if one focuses, as here, only on the white experience. But both currently and historically, there are huge differences that aren't much talked about. For those up for a read, I recommend Loewen's Sundown Towns: https://www.amazon.com/Sundown-Towns-Hidden-Dimension-Americ...
It covered a lot of history I was unaware of.
I don't think this was for the average wealth, but for the richest 20%, by race.
From here, in the "Methods and Measures" section: https://www.pnas.org/content/114/39/10324
The median net worth of