Cultural differences between the US and Denmark
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While there are plenty of cultural differences between the US and Denmark, the two cultures do have a lot in common.
After all, about 15% of the Danish population emigrated to the US between 1870 and 1920, mostly to states with climates that resemble Denmark – Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Oregon, and Washington State.
Both countries have an economic system based on free market capitalism, both have a strong attachment to their constitutions and the idea of freedom of speech and religion, and both have a reputation for business and technological innovation.
The cultural differences between the US and Denmark have more to do with the countries’ differing histories, differing climates, and different population mixes.