People who score high on Universalism care about humanity and harmony in nature. Unlike people who score high on benevolence (people who care more about helping others in their “in-group” and usually on a 1-1 basis), Universalists care more about humanity and nature broadly and seek to understand and improve general welfare through understanding and optimizing systemic forces. They tend to be more aware of things like resource scarcity, the efficient and sustainable use and distribution of resources, and the prevailing systems that impact the welfare of people and mother nature.
High scorers on Universalism are inclined to be systems thinkers. That is, they have a proclivity to see the world as a set of complex and intertwined forces that combine to create the outcomes we see in the world.