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Big Drop In Number Of Croats Living In Serbia

Serbia has just released its 2011 census data and one glaring trend is the drop in the number of Croatians living in Serbia from 2002 to 2011. The number of Croats living in Serbia has dropped from 70,000 to 58,000, meaning Croats have dropped from 0.94% to 0.81% of the population in the country.

The largest number of Croats still reside on the Vojvodina area with 47,033, reports Dnevnik.hr

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