A narcissistic sociopath is a person who exhibits a combination of both sociopathic personality traits along with narcissistic personality disorder symptoms. Generally, narcissistic sociopaths have a grandiose self-perception. They think they should not be held accountable to adhere to the rules of society.
Like general sociopathy, narcissistic sociopathy is more common in men than women and has also been found to occur more frequently in younger people than older people. It is also more prevalent in people who are either divorced, widowed, or separated than among married individuals or those who have never been married. It is important to note, however, that the disorder can affect people of any gender, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation or religion.