I think it helps that most fans only really get on the end of really bad decisions occasionally too, they still see it as "it all evens out over a season".I think it's because we are all bamboozled by the gravy train, the media agendas , basic lack of questioning by people, the media being part of the self serving gravy train and also because we generally put up with shit nowadays seduced by the banality of reality tv and social media.
We see it mess up more often as over the last two seasons our rivals have been United and Liverpool who, along with Leicester, have made the most of the VAR assisted "well there's contact so he's entitled to go down" rules. We've watched over the last two seasons them picking up undeserved points through cheating while we've had stone wall penalties waved away and goals chalked off because of phantom handballs.
Until fans of other teams see their direct rivals getting a leg up game after game while they get nothing then they won't see too much wrong with it. I think it's more likely that more and more teams will just start diving a'la Mane and Fernandes and so they won't see anything wrong with the system.
Wolves were screwed by VAR more than most last season and they've been noticeably more "unbalanced" when they get in or near the opposition's box this season and I don't think that's a coincidence.