A few months ago, we set out to assess Americans’ self-reported knowledge of, and attitudes toward, Ruism. To achieve this, we conducted a survey of 379 adults living in the United States. We’ll be sharing the results in the coming weeks.
As part of the survey, we asked respondents about their attitude toward Confucianism. Here’s how they responded.
Most respondents (54%) reported a neutral attitude toward Confucianism. About 33% expressed a favorable opinion. Relatively few (4%) expressed an unfavorable opinion toward the tradition. About 9% were not sure of their attitude.