I can't pick any of these.
Growing up in conservative Christianity, of course, you're taught that people are inherently evil even if someone does good things.
I think I struggled with that for a long long time, the more experiences with people I had. Yes, people are flawed and imperfect. But inherently evil?
At this point of my life (and I noted this shift in myself in the last 1-2 years as it occurred), I tend to not even think in such general terms of good/evil.
People are flawed creatures. Whether they're inherently good or evil seems to be a philosophical question, not a practical one. Sometimes they make bad decisions because they're selfish at the moment. Sometimes they do it for what seems to be survival to them. And sometimes they make good decisions because it was what they were brought up to do, and other times make good decisions out of pure desire to do the "right thing" as they see it or out of real love for others.
I think I am more interested in the narrative of people's lives and choices at this time in my life -- the entire path, both high points and low points -- and less interested in figuring out how they balance on the scales. It just seems so irrelevant to have to reduce them to "good" or "evil."