according to randomized testing, 24% of usaians test out as exhibiting antisocial behavior. that's only 1 in 4, which is certainly high enough that you're going to run into them, but the vast majority of people are just kind of self centered, lazy and dumb.
there's a few things we can do to minimize antisocial behavior, like calling it out, shaming it, not legitimizing it, and also being sure not to perpetuate it ourselves --not for morality but just for practicality. i think nutrition and hygeine also play a huge role, as i noted that my personality shifted tremendously when i started supplementing with vitamin d3 as well as eating traditionally 'health promoting' foods that are still considered healthy even after sitting out at room temps, and it changed again, terribly for the worse, after i got infected by a parasite after eating some undercooked seafood. and it also changed terribly after taking some heavy antibiotics.
the point is, we are both more terrible and less terrible than most people would think, and the decent (but lazy and self centered) folk outnumber the bad by 3 to 1. i am still of the belief that empowering the common person can help improve outcomes. maybe i'm wrong, but it's worth trying.