The paper presents results of an ongoing research of everyday Internet discussions on relevant public policy issues. This research is theoretically based on conception of deliberative democracy of J. Habermas and on previous research by the authors. The ultimate goal of the research is to develop approaches and instruments aiding discussants to reduce the excessively polarized opinions in a deliberative manner. The discussions on various Internet platforms are considered as a form of political e-participation. The experience of online discussions' analysis on actual in the modern Russian socio-political discourse theme as Russian pension reform is demonstrated in this paper. Comparing with official data of national sociological survey reveals ambiguity of views that were expressed by people while discussing on pension problem. The significant areas of further investigations are drawn in the conclusion. A significant field of research includes usage of collective networking and artificial intelligence for deeper understanding of public discussions' outcomes.