Serbia will hold a presidential election on April 2, and the vote will be formally called by Parliament Speaker Maja Gojkovic on March 2, media in Belgrade said on Tuesday.
In that case, a possible run-off will be held on April 16, Orthodox Easter, the Blic newspaper said.
Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, who has confirmed his candidacy for the post, said on Monday there was no need to hold an early parliamentary election at the same time, as previously speculated.
The other candidates are Radical Party leader Vojislav Seselj, former foreign minister Vuk Jeremic, former ombudsman Sasa Jankovic, and leader of the Dveri conservative movement Bosko Obradovic.
A poll conducted by Ipsos Strategic Marketing, carried by Blic, gives Vucic a lead of 52.3%. The poll results show that if the election was held next week, Jankovic would receive 13.9% of votes, Jeremic 13.3% and Seselj 11%.