So what these people really say here, is that they accept Muslims live in Denmark, but they don't want them to be much bigger group than they are now.
There is a steady increase in the Muslim population over time and it is unlikely to stabilize anytime soon. Growing refugee pressure will add to this.
The 7% saying zero percent are obviously Islamophobic and most likely consider DPP too soft.
I think it is clear that people saying 1-5% have a negative attitude towards Muslims. In my experience most Danes think that the Muslim population is around 10%, so this equals support for repatriations. This is mostly based on young people, but older folks are unlikely to think the number is lower.
(it would be interesting to see a poll of how many Muslims the average Dane thinks there are)
This is already 31% with a negative view, which is after all a substantial share of the population.
The 14% saying 6-10% are mostly "immigration stop" people.
You then got 5% that can accept some increase and 42%, who either feel it is racist to set a quota for a particular group or belong to the relatively few that are pro free immigration (part of those would be "open borders, but closed coffers" right wingers).
And again: Given the lack of olds and the non-neutral phrasing of the "no limit" option those numbers are bound to be on the low side.