The percentages of these states' populations that are non-Hispanic white are 94%, 83%, 71%, 82%, and 75%, respectively. Compare that to the 63% of the country as a whole that is non-Hispanic white and we see that the putative problem of "White privilege" is something whites treat more seriously than non-whites do.
While I'm partial to Z-Man's Cloud People/Dirt People distinction on account of my childhood fondness for 16-bit role playing games, the Derb, who has long used the Goodwhite/Badwhite distinction, underscores the intra-racial nature of America's great cultural divide:
Nobody’s passions are stirred by thinking about other races in the aggregate. What gets our juices flowing is thinking about our own status ranking among people of our own race. That’s what supplies the driving energy, the will to combat, in the Cold Civil War: How do other white people see me? No white person gives a fig about how blacks see him. Who cares what blacks think?To "No white person" it might be added "who thinks systematically about meta issues involving race"--I've come across plenty of white proles who care far too much about what blacks think about them--but that's a tangential quibble with an important observation.