I've seen plenty of questions regarding this, but they all seem to do a remap of the keys, instead of an actual macOS behavior.
My main use case would be to "split" the shortcuts: for example I would like to have Super+C to copy text, and Ctrl+C to send a SIGINT to the current program.
In this case, a simple remap or swap of Super and Ctrl would not work.
I find the behavior of the mac to be very practical, because all the most common shortcuts use Super, and the famous copy shortcut doesn't overlap the famous SIGINT shortcut.
Most terminal apps react to Ctrl-* shortcuts, and they mostly overlap with "standard" shortcuts. In GNOME Terminal, we have to press Ctrl+Shift+C to copy text, whereas in other applications like Firefox, Ctrl+C is used. This is quite cumbersome and inconsistent compared to Super+C.