Well, a MAJORITY might be boring, alright, but not a 95% majority, not in Germany at least.
Let me just count the more interesting people I know or know of in my western german 1.200 people village (that I recently moved to): two families doing desert trucking in asia and africa with their own huge expedition trucks, at least 6 houses with gigantic amateur radio antennaes, one dude who is part of an international flight observation network, three families breeding rare species like some deer and strange cattle, at least 20 people running the village museum and doing field trips, about a dozen people running a wellknown and very active pagan center, a larger group of older and a few younger men engage in breeding small animals like doves and chickens and have won quite a few prices over the year, several horselovers with one who has won medals. And the usual hundreds of unpaid volunteers running a dozen basically free of charge sports clubs, fire department, children activities, christian welfare, desaster relief and so on. And there are a lot of people I still don't know.
The tiny village as a whole is participant in two national trailblazing initiatives and many here participate to make it happen.
And this is all a side show to the peoples jobs here as there are very few families on welfare. (and very few nonwhites, like 3 of them). Some of those jobs are really interesting too: one guy works in particle physics, several are software engineers, one works as engineer for a big german car manufacturer, one dude is an expert photographer, one builds rc planes for a living.
As for interesting in talking politics: I can have no holds barred conversations with about half a dozen people and can partially reveal my views in most public settings without unfair opposition, meaning it turns into a discussion, not into a freespeech massacre.
Now this is not an unusual village in my area, certainly not famous for anything, if not belittled.
There are lots of interesting people out there, go out and meet them, put politics aside for a while and make friends. Sometimes those friends then open up and you find out they also think like you.
And even if they don't: loving them will give you extra focus and energy to protect them and not give them up, like the msm would want you to.