A poll said that 37 percent of Germans 60 or older saw positives in some aspects of Nazism: "...good sides (such as) the construction of the highway system, the elimination of unemployment, the low criminality rate (and) the encouragement of the family."
The highway system wasn't about bringing forth signs of repentance. Employment cannot be taken in isolation. It is better to die in the flesh than work for Satan's magnification. The so-called low criminality was not a lessening of criminality. It was changing the definition of what is criminal behavior. The acts of the Nazis were criminal but were not treated as such by the Nazis. As for the encouragement of the family, the Nazis encourage the mass production of babies by the SS and those babies were raised without their parents. Now, just how good or bad such rearing is depends upon the spirit of those providing the upbringing. Suffice it to say that the Nazis were planning to raise up eugenically produced Nazis.
Did the trains run on time as they did in Italy under Mussolini? Yes. That orderliness is a partial-truth that does not define Nazism in general. In general, it was an unmitigated disaster. That's the point here. There wasn't anything mitigating.