Not really, the population learned that the majority voting for a party simply for the sake of limiting the intake of refugees might solve that certain aspect, but that it comes with the cost of the public sectors bleeding internally. They also learned that the bureaucracy and public sector cuts that comes with the liberal party in charge will never have a good outcome.
But in theory, yeah it goes deeper, as there isn't some obvious battle between the left wing and the right wing here, as they actually manage to work together and solve issues. You also have to keep in mind that regardless of the party in charge, the government is run with a policy of a social-democracy.. the major changes in views and issues aren't fundamental to the point of being some degenerate war between the wings. The two major parties in Denmark are both centered, although to each side.