A. I think you should go on line and find more of these tests that point to what you really believe politically. Maybe take two or three. If each comes back and suggests that you are a "left" leaning person, then that is likely the reality. If the other tests point to you being more "right" leaning, then that is what you are. If the results are mixed, then there is likely either a flaw in the questioning or a flaw in you answers/understanding of the questions.
B.Even if we accept your premise that the 1930'3/1940's era Nazi party was a hard left socialist group, that is at best a historical/academic point. Modern "Nazi" groups tend, clearly, to be right wing (and typically far right) organizations made up of self identifying white racists and/or white supremacists. That also is little more than a historical academic point.
The real point of the OP was, essentially, where do you really stand in terms of your political beliefs
It seems to me, and I could we'll be wrong, that you are in fact much farther to the left than you would like to admit... AND this is largely because you have been duped by YouTube videos that are loaded with catch phrases and false and/or misleading "facts" that seem enticing and sound nice...
An honest assessment of your real beliefs, real political opinion, coupled with a critical fact based assessment of the YouTube videos that you have allowed to sway your opinions, would probably be suitable in you case.
But maybe I am wrong.
I think Nazi's identify as being on the right without knowing what right and left mean tbh.
My politics is fairly simple.
Socially, I am a libertarian. I think people should be allowed to do what they want and say what they want, until that freedom impinges the liberty of others. There are things I dislike (abortion, for example), but I would not ban it, although I do not think government should pay for it except in cases with extraordinary circumstances.
Economically, I'm a bit of a globally aware national utilitarian. A government should act in the interests of its own people, while not looking to screw other nations. What works in the US may not work in Australia and vice versa. I believe the government has a role to play in the economy, including in regulating global trade, and that that role should be informed by national interests, not ideology. Part of acting in the national interest would also include reigning in the power of TNCs (which I despise on principle), but people should otherwise be free to legitimately/legally accumulate wealth.
So I'm left leaning (economically), libertarian socially with personally conservative views, moderately nationalist and I favour capitalism in a globally connected world. Simple.