[This is freely translated by me. Apparently there is no english sources at this.]
Danes does not equivocal take freedom of expression as an non-infringing principal of the democracy.
True, 46% of the Danes says that freedom of expression always should be superior to the religious founded rules and traditions.
But a small majority rejects that position, as 42% of the Danes think that "it depends on the situation", and further 8,5% says that freedom of expression "never" should be superior to religious founded rules and traditions.
That is what a poll, carried out by Rambøll Management for Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten, shows.
And then it goes on with what the Danish muslims thinks. It shows that only 10% think that freedom of expression always should be superior to the religious founded rules and traditions. 51% says that freedom of expression "never" should be superior to religious considerations. And it goes on with opinions from different leading persons in media.
Also, the same poll shows that Danes who think it was the right thing to bring the Mohammed drawings has fallen from 57% in March to 47%. Not sure what the written question was about, as it's a little tricky questions if it is formed as it has been written here.
Todays internet polls shows more disturbing things (but these internet polls probably has a big marginal error):
In the question of if it was the right thing for Jyllands-Posten to bring the 12 drawings 2,7% think it was right and 92,7% think it was wrong. But this is a tricky question. However in the question of whether freedom of expression should be superior to the religious founded rules and traditions the poll shows that 9,5% says always, 34,0% says it depends on the situation and whole 50,9% says never.
This is seriously going the wrong way. It's a very dangerous development. This can only be changed if something really BIG happens in Denmark. And that something is probably a major terror-attack, sadly.