In the Smolensk region, schoolchildren were given questionnaires with questions about protests, elections, the opposition, as well as about the activities of extremist and terrorist organizations. SOTA writes about it.
Teenagers are asked whether they use the Internet to obtain information about protests, whether they consider the activities of extremist organizations dangerous to society, whether they consider the way of life in the Russian Federation to be fair, whether they believe in the existence of elections in Russia and whether they feel offended by life.
Questions that transparently hint at attempts to prevent terrorist attacks alternate with questions that make it possible to identify citizens who do not agree with the current political regime.
On October 17, in the Arkhangelsk region, students in grades 10-11 were forced to take an “anonymous” online survey in which they tried to find out their attitude towards Russian President Vladimir Putin, their willingness to participate in protests, and their sympathy for “terrorists and extremists.” This was reported to The Insider in the "Alliance of Teachers", the information was confirmed by one of the schoolchildren who received a link to the survey. Although the survey is listed as "anonymous", age, grade, and institution name must be included at the end.