Can ordinary Spanish pass their own citizenship test?

Every year, about 100 people apply to become Spanish citizens.
But there’s one major hurdle to overcome. Applicants must take an exam.
In order to help candidates, the Cervantes Institute has produced a manual with 300 of this year’s questions, covering a wide range of topics.
But how would everyday Spanish people perform if they had to take the test?
We went to central Madrid to find out.

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