I've hesitated to answer this question because it is really not very well written. The question is really about the nature of parallel spinor fields on orbifolds $\mathbb{R}^n/G$ and $\mathbb{R}^{n-1,1}/G$ where $G$ is a particular order-2 subgroup of linear transformations preserving the inner product.

The cone is an unnecessary distraction and I suspect the reason it is mentioned is that the original question had to do with the Killing spinors on the sphere and on hyperbolic space, which Bär's cone construction relates to parallel spinors on the metric cones.

Let me answer the spherical part of the question and leave the hyperbolic as an exercise to the OP.

In the case of $\mathbb{R}^n/G$, the generator of $G$ acts by $x \mapsto -x$, whence if $n$ is odd it is not in $\mathrm{SO}(n)$. Thus the quotient is not even orientable, let alone spin. So this question really only makes sense for $n$ even, say $n = 2m$.

The parallel spinors on $\mathbb{R}^{2m}/G$ are the $G$-invariant parallel spinors on $\mathbb{R}^{2m}$, whose space of parallel spinors is isomorphic (as $\mathrm{Spin}(2m)$-modules) to the direct sum $\Delta_+ \oplus \Delta_-$ of the two irreducible half-spinor representations of $\mathrm{Spin}(2m)$. This requires lifting $G < \mathrm{SO}(2m)$ to $\mathrm{Spin}(2m)$.

There are two possible lifts, giving rise to the two inequivalent spin structures of the real projective space.
The generator of $G$ lifts to $\pm \omega$, where $\omega$ is the volume element of the Clifford algebra $C\ell(2m)$, which actually sits in $\mathrm{Spin}(2m)$. Now $\omega$ acts like $\pm 1$ on $\Delta_\pm$, whence for one choice of spin structure, the space of parallel spinors is $\Delta_+$ and for the other it is $\Delta_-$.

So provided that we take $n=2m$ even, the answer to the first question (properly interpreted) is "Yes".