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.
Many Americans learn about non-Western traditions and cultures in school. We asked our participants, “Do you remember learning anything about Confucianism in college?”
About 42% of the respondents recall learning nothing at all about Confucianism in college. A substantial proportion (36%) remember learning a little.