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Erode (State Assembly Constituency) was a state assembly constituency in Tamil Nadu, India. Post delimitation in 2008, the constituency ceased to exist and was replaced by two constituencies namely Erode East and Erode West.
According to 2011 census, Erode had a population of 157,101 with a sex-ratio of 1,008 females for every 1,000 males, much above the national average of 929. Although the population of the city is 157,101, the urban agglomeration population is 521,776. A total of 14,599 were under the age of six, constituting 7,412 males and 7,187 females. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes accounted for 11.04% and .15% of the population respectively. The average literacy of the city was 80.08%, compared to the national average of 72.99%. The city had a total of 43184 households. There were a total of 66,135 workers, comprising 220 cultivators, 380 main agricultural labourers, 1,693 in house hold industries, 61,382 other workers, 2,460 marginal workers, 34 marginal cultivators, 34 marginal agricultural labourers, 128 marginal workers in household industries and 2,264 other marginal workers. As of the census of India 2001, there were a total of 37,505 households. A total of 12,642 people constituting 9.31% of the total population belonged to Scheduled Castes (SC) and 74 people constituting 0.05% of the population belong to Scheduled tribes (ST). There were a total of 58,342 main workers: 232 cultivators, 318 agricultural labourers, 1,154 in house hold industries and 54,669 other workers. There were 1,969 marginal workers: 12 marginal cultivators, 100 marginal agricultural labourers, 191 in marginal workers in household industries and 1,666 other marginal workers.
As of 2001, 52 slums were identified in the town and approximately 33,000 people resided in the slums. The population of the town increased 11 times during the last century without any physical expansion of the city area.
Hindus form the majority of the urban population, followed by Muslims and Christians. Tamil is the main language spoken in the city, but the use of English is relatively common; English is the medium of instruction in most educational institutions and offices in the service sector.