Unfortunately, Berlingske Tidende does not list the full figures on the paper’s website, but according to a Gallup poll a majority of Danish voters see the DPP as anti-Muslim.
The result in itself may not be so surprising but the distribution of answers according to party looks interesting:
Among the governing coalition’s voters
DPP voters – 25%
Liberal voters – 51%
Conservative voters – 67%
Among all voters
All – 67%
The point is of cause that voters may see “anti-Muslim” as something positive or negative depending of their view of Islam, so I’m a little surprised by seeing the low number for 25% as I would expect that anti-immigrant sentiments are a major cause for voting for the party. One possibility could be that DPP voters unlike most other voters accept the argument that the party is “anti-Islamic but not anti-Muslim” and this again also has to do with how the party’s leadership is viewed.