I don't. I see evil as being more powerful and prevalent than goodness. Look at it this way; being good takes years of hard work and effort, you have to go through a whole process to stop being bad. Yet, in a split second, evilness can ruin all of the good you've accumulated and it's extremely easy to do. All goodness offers people is vain hopes for a future that may or may not be true. This is probably my biggest doubt to my Orthodoxy; remembering that the battle is won and that good will prevail in the future when the present seems so twisted and evilness seems to prosper.
Our awareness of evil in various forms is fed by a news media and gossip that finds its various manifestations play to the audience, our fears and sadly too often our unhealthy interest in 'bad' news.
On the other hand so much acts of kindness, charity and people taking risks to help others goes under reported or talked about. Genuine acts of kindness or charity are very often intentionally private and therefore remain unknown save to those immediately involved. James, take heart as you may be feeding your own pessimism rather than trusting in God's mercy. Evil is never stronger than the Creator of all. It only may appear so in our limited, very limited, understanding.