Talking about nationalism in the present day may seem anachronistic, but it happens from time to time that certain events brought to the forefront by the media, or sports and cultural events of broad interest, produce patriotic and nationalistic reactions in the masses. A classic example of this is the World Cup. But not only that. The concept of nationalism was born in the nineteenth century, following the new popular sentiments which arose from the French Revolution. Nationalism is possible where there is a state or a nation. An identification with a nation produces strong feelings of belonging, something similar to what happens in supporting a sports team. Often the avid fan uses the pronoun "we" talking about his team, as if he/she was an active part of it. Nationalism is motivated precisely by this feeling of being part of something bigger. There is no longer an individual with ideas and motivations, but a nation as a group of people together who share feelings, ideas and objectives. This test, however, is not aimed at getting into the specifics of the political ideas of individuals. Its objective is to measure the level the user identifies with his/her country.