The only way we can get to understand how God views anything, or anyone, is to take what He has revealed to humans as His view. He has had dealings with humanity over the centuries, and a record of that is in the Bible, especially His revelations of Himself. Supremely, He has revealed Himself to us through the person of Jesus Christ, who is the exact representation of His very Being (Colossians 1:19-20 & 2:9 and Hebrews 1:1-4).
Your question cannot get a simple answer, however, because there are two ways of viewing 'goodness' in humans. At one level, people can do good things, kind things, loving things, prompted by unselfish motives. All such things are pleasing to God. As stated in Romans 2:6-7, "When God's righteous judgment will be revealed, he will 'give to each person according to what he has done'. To those who by persistence in doing good seek glory, honor and immortality, he will give eternal life."
But at another level, the Bible disabuses us of our own ideas of being good. It states in Romans chapter 3 verses 10 to 12 that there is no-one righteous, not, not even one, and that nobody does good. That is a quote from Isaiah 64:7. But that does not contradict what was said in chapter 2!
What chapter 3 shows is that no amount of trying to do good, or trying to keep God's law will justify us or make us good in God's sight for even "our righteous acts are as filthy rags" (Isaiah 64:6). We cannot attain righteousness by doing good. God is righteous and good. We are unrighteous and we are not good, as God is good. Therefore, we should not be looking at others, to see if they seem good in our eyes. We should be examining ourselves, and casting ourselves upon the goodness of God in taking our sin-spoiled attempts to please God and having them washed in the blood of Christ, to make them acceptable to Him.
The answer is 'False' because we cannot see others as God sees them, for He sees the heart and the mind - the motives, the reason why people do things. We can only see outward appearances. That is not to knock doing good - it's great when people do good, kind, and loving things. But only God can judge. The question is, 'How does He judge you and me?'