In the real world if a number of random people from all demographics and walks of life got super powers (that ranged between nuisances to city destroying) what would most of those who become villains be motivated by?
Comic book villains roughly fall into the following categories:
Psychopathy/Sadism: People who want to hurt, kill and destroy for its own sake (Carnage, Bullseye and Kid Miracleman).
Money: Self explanatory (Taskmaster, Paladin and Deadshot).
Ideology: People who act out of commitment to a higher cause they believe is right (Red Skull, Poison Ivy, Flag Smasher and Raʼs al Ghul).
Personal: Revenge, attention, power, fame, competition etc (Ghost, Zoom and Lex Luthor).
Mental illness: Self explanatory (Cornelius Stirk and Two Face).
Which of the above categories would the majority of super villains in the real world fall into?
Or would it be roughly even split between the different motivational categories?