Here is a sentence from a CPE coursebook:
This is surprising, given that great differences often exist between the attitudes of parents and adolescents on such issues.
As we can see the preposition "on" is used here. If we consult Oxford Dictionary
we will see that to, towards, about, and on are all in use.
My native friend from the US told me that: "I don't say attitude "to" or "on", the others are contextual" That doesn't tell us anything except for his own preferences.
My question: Is there any way to choose between "to/towards" and "on" with attitude?