I feel pretty good about danish politics, all tings considered.
- We're very liberal, but we handle immigration alot smarter than Sweden.
- We care alot about equality, with some of the highest taxes in the world, saving thousands from being poor.
- We're (maybe) the most environment friendly nation on the planet, consistently topping out chartz of most electricity derived from wind power and quickly gaining in solar power.
- Our media is very objective by most standards - this is helped by the fact that our political spectrum being pretty narrow - that is to say our far-right would be, barely right, by US standards. While our far left is pretty nutty, again it's nothing compared to the insanity of Sweden.
In regards to the people. We're VERY serious about free speech and personal freedoms (This is great in my opinion).
I also think we have a very healthy mentality. Danish people have this thing called "janteloven" imprinted on them very early in life. It's basically the rule of "Don't think you're better than anyone else" - this, I think, grounds peoples expectations and turnes people generally into realists.
Denmark is a christian country and has a very rich christian history and yet, for all intents and purposes, we're a extremely secular country, with somewhere between 50% and 80% being non-religious, or straight up atheist. This is also very good, because it standardises a resentment for dogma and group-think, while also showing love for science and rationality, without denying our heritage.
Denmark is great. It's cold as shit though...