A 10-page questionnaire meant for technical personnel that was filled out by an anonymous Tibetan woman under the age of 30.
The questionnaire sought to survey people in a Tibetan Region. (the only choices for ethnic nationality are Han, Tibetan and other minority ethnic nationality) Those surveyed are able to self-identify by age, gender, ethnic nationality, academic background, political affiliation, decades in which they have worked, their current technical post (entry level, mid-level, senior-level), and the level of their current research project.
They then have 12 questions from which they can choose one answer and 12 questions from which they can choose one or more answers. The questions range from the nature of the Dalai Lama and the Fa Lun Gong to study abroad experience to the nature of the Chinese Communist Party. The possible answers include an uncertain or don’t care option and/or then the other possible answers range from neutral to conforming with party rhetoric. For example: for what the Fa Lun Gong is believed to be, the possible answers are an evil religious organization, a religious organization, and unclear. Another example is how do they see the situation of the current struggle against corruption to which the possible answers are: It has had a lot of success, it has had success in terms of a class nature, has achieved little success, and corruption has worsened.