This round of Euro-Barometer surveys queried respondents on standard Euro-Barometer measures, such as how satisfied they were with their present life, whether they attempted to persuade others close to them to share their views on subjects they held strong opinions about, whether they discussed political matters, what their country's goals should be for the next ten years, and how they viewed the need for societal change. Additional questions focused on the respondents' knowledge of and opinions on the European Community (EC). Another major focus of the surveys was trust in the European Community. Respondents were asked for their attitudes (on a scale of trustworthiness) toward citizens of each EC country as well as citizens of Japan, the United States, Portugal, Switzerland, Russia, and China. The survey also measured attitudes about political and military ties with the United States, NATO, and Japan. A series of questions asked only of Greek respondents measured opinions of the potential impact of entry into the EC on Greek industry, agriculture, commerce, tourism, employment, the standard of living, military security, democracy, relations with Turkey, and culture. Demographic information about respondents includes age, sex, marital status, age at completion of education, family income, number of persons and children living in respondent's home, income, occupation, size of town where respondent resides, and number of people working at respondent's workplace. Indices are included as created by the original investigators. Euro-Barometer 14 contains data gathered from representative samples of respondents who were interviewed in each of the nine nations of the EC (Germany, Great Britain, Denmark, Italy, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Ireland, and the Netherlands) in October 1980. Additionally, in order to reflect the admission of Greece to the European Community in early 1980, the study included a Greek sample for the first time.