2011 General Election

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Main Event[edit]

Event Date[1]
Nomination day 27 April 2011
Polling day 7 May 2011

Electoral Boundaries[edit]

4-Members Group Representative Constituency

5-Members Group Representative Constituency

6-Members Group Representative Constituency

Changes in boundaries
Constituency Changes
Aljunied GRC Absorbed portions of Kaki Bukit division from Marine Parade GRC
Carved out part of Aljunied–Hougang division to Ang Mo Kio GRC GRC, and part of Aljunied–Hougang and Bedok Reservoir-Punggol divisions to Pasir Ris–Punggol GRC
Ang Mo Kio GRC Absorbed Aljunied–Hougang division from Aljunied GRC and Yio Chu Kang SMC
Carved out Nee Soon South division into Nee Soon GRC
Carved out Sengkang West division into Sengkang West SMC
Chua Chu Kang GRC Formed from Chua Chu Kang SMC and most of Hong Kah GRC
East Coast GRC Carved out part of Kampong-Chai Chee division to Marine Parade GRC
Holland–Bukit Timah GRC Carved out Buona Vista division into Tanjong Pagar GRC
Carved out part of Bukit Timah to West Coast GRC
Carved out part of Toh Guan to Jurong GRC
Jurong GRC Part of Jurong Central and Taman Jurong divisions, Hong Kah GRC and West Coast GRC were formed into Jurong Spring division
Marine Parade GRC Absorbed MacPherson SMC
Part of Kaki Bukit division, Kampong Ubi-Kembangan division and Kampong Chai Chee division from East Coast GRC were formed into Kembangan-Chai Chee division
Carved out part of Kaki Bukit division to Aljunied GRC
Carved out Mountbatten division into Mountbatten SMC
Moulmein–Kallang GRC Formed from most of Jalan Besar GRC and Moulmein division from Tanjong Pagar GRC
Nee Soon GRC Formed from Nee Soon Central SMC, Nee Soon East SMC, Nee Soon South division from Ang Mo Kio GRC and Canberra and Chong Pang divisions from Sembawang GRC
Pasir Ris–Punggol GRC Carved out Punggol East division into Punggol East SMC
Carved out part of Punggol South division to Ang Mo Kio GRC
Part of Punggol Central and North divisions were formed into Punggol West division
Sembawang GRC Carved out Canberra and Chong Pang divisions to Nee Soon GRC
Part of Sembawang and Woodlands were formed into Woodgrove division.
Tanjong Pagar GRC Absorbed Buona Vista and Kreta Ayer–Kim Seng divisions from Holland–Bukit Timah GRC and Jalan Besar GRC respectively
Carved out Moulmein division into Moulmein–Kallang GRC
Carved out Radin Mas division into Radin Mas SMC
Merged Tanjong Pagar and Tiong Bahru divisions to form Tanjong Pagar-Tiong Bahru division
West Coast GRC Carved out part of Pioneer division into Pioneer SMC while the rest absorbed to Ayer Rajah division
Ayer Rajah-West Coast division were split into Ayer Rajah and West Coast divisions.


Parties and alliances Leader Seats Popular vote[2] % ±
Contested Won
People's Action Party (PAP) Lee Hsien Loong 87 81 1,212,154 60.14 ▼ 6.46
Workers' Party (WP) Low Thia Khiang 23 6 258,510 12.83 ▼ 3.51
National Solidarity Party (NSP) Teo Kway Huang, Sebastian 24 0 242,682 12.04 New
Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) Chee Soon Juan 11 0 97,369 4.83 ▲ 0.74
Reform Party (RP) Kenneth Andrew Jeyaretnam 11 0 86,294 4.28 New
Singapore People's Party (SPP) Chiam See Tong 7 0 62,639 3.11 New
Singapore Democratic Alliance (SDA) Lim Bak Chuan Desmond 7 0 55,988 2.78 ▼ 10.18
Electorate 2,350,873
Walkover 139,771
Total Votes cast 2,060,373 93.18
Valid Votes 2,015,636 97.83


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