The following ten graphs come from GSS data. Because the US census doesn’t ask about religious affiliation, empirical comparisons of Jews and Gentiles can be hard to come by. Sample sizes vary depending on the number(s) of survey years each question was put to respondents. Results are presented with default scaling from Excel 2003:
This post can serve general interest, but for me it’s an intentional auto-response to assertions of “White privilege”. Google returns over 500,000 results for the phrase “White privilege” compared to 34,000 for “Jewish privilege“.
Jews write a lot about things through Jewish lenses and from Jewish perspective–mostly in the ethnocentric sense but also in the religious one–and from scrolling through those Google results, most of the interest about that Jewish privilege comes from Jewish writers of Jewish publications. Few goys have ever heard those two words together. Not surprisingly, public interest in Jewish privilege is virtually non-existent (yes, the zenith in searches for White privilege came in the month of January, 2017 when Trump was inaugurated. Fittingly, too–never before had anyone had the presidency handed to him on a silver platter, without any work having to be done to get it, like Trump did!):
If the intent is to leverage self-righteous morality as a will to power by throwing around phrases like White privilege, then be prepared to squirm. If whites get it for doing okay, then superwhites–that is, Jews–really must deserve it for doing great. If Ashkenazi Jews want to help make that bed then they can lie in it. If they want to use their outsized resources and abilities to dispense with the victomology moralizing altogether, then they have an ally here.
GSS variables used: RELIG(1-2,4-13)(3), WEALTH(10-15), CONRINC, ARREST, EDUC, MARITAL(1-4), GETAID, PHYSHARM, WORDSUM, EVIDU, SMOKE, BORN(1)