Some players get married to their aces. They win small pots and lose big ones. But there are also other players who play aces more than perfectly and win a ton.
Some players use A5s as a 4-bet bluffing hand. Or they use some off suit ace with the nut flush blocker to represent a flush. They might lose more with this specific hand, than players who bluff less. But win more when they have the goods due to their reputation.
Some players win more money than they should with 54s. Some players opt to not play the hand at all most of the times.
If everybody would play perfect poker each hand would earn you about as much as you'd expect. The only exception is hands that are frequently bluffed with, like off suit aces for example. Since bluffing in itself is always -ev, you will lose more money compared to your equity pre-flop.
But some never bluff, so in the end it all depends on the player's playstyle. If someone opens with 72o, he will lose more than he should. It is therefore impossible to answer your question. There are so many players, with different strategies and they adjust these strategies after every single hand they play.