A new survey asked people if they'd describe themselves as good, neutral, or evil.
And 1% of people admitted they're EVIL.
67% of people say they're good, and 26% went with neutral. (The rest said they don't know.)
Men were twice as like as women to admit they're evil. Also, the younger you are, the more likely you are to say you're evil . . . 4% of people between 18 and 24 say they're evil, versus 0% of people over 55.
But in the biggest disconnect from reality in the survey, the only income bracket where no one said they're evil is . . . the richest one. 0% of people making more than $80,000 say they're evil, and they were also most likely to say they're good.