Montenegrins of Serbia


Montenegrins of Serbia

The Montenegrins of Serbia are a national minority in the republic. Serbia's 2002 Census puts Serbia's Montenegrin population at 69,049. In Central Serbia, there are 33,536, and in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, there are 35,513. However, over 267,000 Serbs in Serbia have Montenegrin citizenship and the line between Montenegrin Serbs and Montenegrins is fluid, with members of the same family frequently opting for different identities. Most see no contradiction in being Montenegrin and Serb, with the former identity viewed by them as being a subset of the latter.

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Demographics

  • 1948 Census: 74,860 (1.15%)
    • Central Serbia: 16,221
    • Kosovo: 28,050 (3.9%)
    • Vojvodina: 30,589 (1.9%)
  • 1953 Census: 86,061 (1.23%)
    • Central Serbia: 24,202
    • Kosovo: 31,343 (3.9%)
    • Vojvodina: 30,516 (1.8%)
  • 1961 Census: 104,753 (1.37%)
    • Central Serbia: 32,383
    • Kosovo: 37,588 (3.9%)
    • Vojvodina: 34,782 (1.9%)
  • 1971 Census: 125,260 (1.48%)
    • Central Serbia: 57,289
    • Kosovo: 31,555 (2.5%)
    • Vojvodina: 36,416 (1.9%)
  • 1981 Census: 147,466 (1.58%)
    • Central Serbia: 77,134
    • Kosovo: 27,028 (1.7%)
    • Vojvodina: 43,304 (2.1%)
  • 1991 Census: including Kosovo: 139,299 (1.42%); excluding Kosovo: 118,934 (1.52%)
    • Central Serbia: 74,213
    • Kosovo: 20,365 (1%)
    • Vojvodina: 44,721 (2.2%)
  • 2002 Census (excluding Kosovo): 69,049 (0.92%)
    • Central Serbia: 33,536
    • Vojvodina: 35,513 (1.75%)

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