I find it hard to say because I don't really get to examine most people's moral character unless I know them or have extended interactions with them.
But I do believe that people are inherently good at the start. They may become bad (or behave badly; there's a difference) later for various reasons (including environmental reasons, chemical imbalances/brain malformations/mental disorders, etc.), but I've always believed that people start out as good and morally compassionate. Obviously, not everyone stays that way or we (society, the world, us as individuals) wouldn't have most of the problems we do.
For the most part, though, I think that most people are probably good people. Whether they make moral decisions that I agree with in regards to their treatment of animals is another story. I know a lot of good, compassionate people (my mom, for example) who are omnis and have no interest in veg*nism (for various reasons). As much as I may disagree, I don't believe that that inherently disqualifies them from being compassionate, caring people.
★ Vegetarian: 7/4/07 ☆ Near-Vegan: 11/08 ☆ FINALLY VEGAN! 4/4/09 ★
♥ 4 years down and a lifetime to go! ♥