Yugoslavs in Serbia

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Yugoslavs in Serbia
Total population
23,303 (2011)
Regions with significant populations
Vojvodina, Belgrade
Languages
Serbo-Croatian

Yugoslavs in Serbia (Serbian : Југословени у Србији, romanized: Jugosloveni u Srbiji) refers to a community in Serbia that view themselves as Yugoslavs with no other ethnic self-identification. Additionally, there are also Serbs, Croats, Montenegrins and people of other ethnicities in Serbia who identify themselves as Yugoslavs. However, the latter group does not consider itself to be part of a Yugoslav nation, which is the way the first group identifies itself. People declaring themselves Yugoslavs are concentrated much more prominently in multicultural Vojvodina.

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According to the 2011 census, some 23,303 people or 0.32% of the inhabitants of Serbia declared their ethnicity as Yugoslav. [1]

Demographics

YearYugoslavs %
196120,0790.26%
1971123,8241.47%
1981441,9414.75%
1991323,6433.31%
1991 (excl. Kosovo)320,1864.09%
2002 (excl. Kosovo)80,7211.08%
2011 (excl. Kosovo)23,3030.32%

Notable people

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References

  1. "2011 Census of Population, Households and Dwellings in the Republic of Serbia" (PDF). www.stat.gov.rs.
  2. "Dulić: 'Nisam Hrvat nego Jugoslaven'". 2007-05-23. Archived from the original on 2007-05-25. Retrieved 2016-03-05.
  3. Dobio ime po Dragojevicu [ permanent dead link ]
  4. "Lepa Brena: Nisam ni Hrvatica ni Srpkinja, ja sam Jugoslavenka ..."