从这个角度来看，很明显，世界上甚至没有一个单独的社会主义国家。每个国家只有不同程度的社会主义。从广义上看，最社会主义的国家是中国。这是因为国有企业占中国劳动力和经济总量的60%以上。大多数社会主义国家的下一行主要来自欧洲国家，丹麦位居榜首(Askanius et al . 2015)。据CNN报道，丹麦是全球最幸福的国家，挪威、荷兰、瑞典、加拿大、芬兰和奥地利紧随其后。道德心理学家乔纳森·海特(Jonathan Haidt)在2013年出版的《正义的心:为什么好人会被政治和宗教分裂》(The justice mind: Why good people are divided by politics and religion)一书中指出，自由主义者有必要感到自己与他人平等，而保守派往往有一种凌驾于某些人之上的冲动。这就要求丹麦成为最适合美国自由社会主义者的国家。然而，丹麦民主社会主义最好的部分是工作和工人的价值(Gardner 2015)。
他们似乎明白，在一个不重视劳动的社会里，什么也不能发展，因此，等级和工人甚至比经理更受尊重。在丹麦社会，人们常常通过性格的强弱来判断一个人，而不是通过他们的职业地位或薪水来判断。会议计划在周末休假，不仅包括高层或中层人员，还包括工作场所的所有成员。每个人都有权发表意见。此外，大多数办公室都有一个用餐区或厨房，休息时间是社交聚会。尽管在丹麦工会成员不是强制性的，但仍有约80%有工作的男性和女性是工会成员。此外，丹麦的经济平等主义以集体谈判为核心。这意味着在没有政府的干预下，员工以及雇主都有能力在亲子关系期间就工资、工作、休假等问题进行谈判(Morris et al . 2015)。丹麦人重视工作与生活平衡的方式，仅仅是社会主义理论应用于丹麦多样化经济的结果，在丹麦，人们工作越多，就不考虑不健康和反社会。此外，高度以政治权力为基础的分散制度增加了丹麦的价值。
From this perspective, it becomes clear to state that there is not even an individual socialist state across the world. There only exist varying socialism degrees in each country. The most socialist if viewed from a general perspective is considered to be China. This is because of the enterprises being owned by state that account for more than 60 percent of the workforce and economy of China. The next line of most socialist nations is mostly from European nations with Denmark leading the list (Askanius et al 2015). According to CNN, it happens to be that Denmark is the happiest nation across the globe with Norway, Netherlands, Sweden, Canada, Finland and Austria followed by it. According to moral psychologist, Jonathan Haidt, in his book, “The righteous mind: Why good people are divided through politics and religion”, (2013), it is essential for liberals to feel they are equal with everyone else while conservatives often have an urge to feel above to some. This calls for Denmark being the best fit for American liberal socialists. However the best part about democratic socialism in Denmark is the value of work and workers (Gardner 2015).
It seems that they understand nothing can be developed in a society where labour is disregarded and therefore ranks and workers are honoured more than even the managers. In the society of Denmark, people are often judged through character’s strength, not through their status professionally or the pay-check size. Conferences are planned for weekend getaway which include all members at the workplace not only higher level or mid-level people. Each person is given entitlement of expressing opinions. Most of the offices moreover are such that they have an eating area or kitchen place so that the breaks are social gatherings. Even though union membership is not obligatory in Denmark but still approximately 80 percent men and women with jobs are labour union members. Denmark’s economic egalitarianism furthermore has collective bargaining at its heart and ore. This implies that without the interference of the government, the employees as well as the employers have the ability of negotiating pay checks, jobs, leaves and leaves during paternity or maternity (Morris et al 2015). The way in which Danish value work and life balance is the mere result of socialism theory applied to the diverse economic of Denmark wherein people working more are not regarding not healthy and anti-social. Furthermore, the highly political power based decentralized system adds to the value with regard to Denmark.