That's a good question George. Nationality I suppose although even that is not clear. Not everything is clear cut, is it! Far from it in fact. I think I'd describe it as a gut feeling. I feel English even though my mother was Dutch and when my husband and I did a d.n.a. test really, it turned out that he (who is American) was more English than I am. I am 38% and he is 50%. I could therefore, call myself European but I don't. I live in Europe but I don't feel European. I feel English.
Recently, during the World Cup Football tournament, I was glad that Holland were not in it, although they usually are because in the past they have had a strong team. I supported England. If Holland had been in it, I would have supported them as well but not if they were playing England. That's a nationality issue, isn't it.
Ethnically speaking, I am even more of a mixture.
I enjoyed thinking about your answer to my question. How do you feel about yourself?