It's hard to break down into specifics, but there were some interesting observations on public opinion during the recent flurry of "Mladic has been located" rumors.
A couple observers noted to me, and transcripts of talk radio seem to confirm, that the consensus reaction in Serbia was of relief at the capture stories, while desperation and sadness marked the majority's reactions in (non-Banja Luka) Republika Srpska.
Are the stakes greater for Serbian citizens than RS residents? Probably, since the RS doesn't have as much of a near-term economic stake in war crimes cooperation as Serbia. Could the RS also have more hardliners who will support K & M at any cost? Also probably true.
Seems Radovan has every reason to feel like he's still comfortably on his home turf along the border of the RS and Montenegro.