Demographics of Belgrade

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Belgrade is the capital and largest city of Serbia.

Ethnicity[edit]

Source: Bureau of Statistics of Republic of Serbia, Census 2011[1]

Ethnicity Number Percent
Serbs 1,505,448 89.9%
Romani 27,325 1.2%
Montenegrins 9,902 1.3%
Yugoslavs 8,061 1.4%
Croats 7,752 0.7%
Macedonians 6,970 0.5%
Gorani 5,328 0.2%
Muslims 3,996 0.3%
Slovaks 2,104 0.1%
Hungarians 1,810 0.1%
Slovenes 1,539 0.1%
Bulgarians 1,489 0.1%
Russians 1,301 0.1%
Romanians 1,282 0.1%
Albanians 1,252 0.1%
Bosniaks 780 0.1%
Others 8,598 0.5%
Regional identity 1,289 0.3%
Undeclared 38,971 1.6%
Unknown 23,728 1.3%
TOTAL 1,659,440 100%

Religion[edit]

Source: Bureau of Statistics of Republic of Serbia, Census 2011[2]

Religion Number Percent
Eastern Orthodoxy 1,475,168 88.9%
Atheism 40,657 2.4%
Islam 31,914 1.9%
Roman Catholicism 13,720 0.8%
Protestantism 3,128 0.2%
Asian (Buddhism, Hinduism) 541 0.03%
Judaism 295 0.02%
Undeclared 54,871 3.3%
Unknown 27,684 1.6%
TOTAL 1,659,440 100%

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-07-15. Retrieved 2016-09-29. 
  2. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-07-15. Retrieved 2016-09-29.