That result was not surprising, but I was taken aback by the conclusion one of the researchers drew:
"Our data suggest that such resistance is not because White Americans are mean and uncaring, morally bankrupt or ethically flawed. White Americans suffer from a glaring ignorance about what it means to live as a Black American."
I think the data--along with all my experience both as a white person and someone who writes about white supremacy--suggests exactly the opposite:
White Americans are mean and uncaring, morally bankrupt and ethically flawed, because white supremacy has taken a huge toll on white people's capacity to be fully human.