Singapore is one step closer to the next general election, with the release of the electoral boundaries report. There will be more constituencies, more seats in parliament and more voters. There will be 31 constituencies, two more than last time. There will be 93 seats in the next parliament, up from 89. Of the 14 Single-Member Constituencies (SMCs), four are new, while three existing SMCs will be absorbed into Group Representation Constituencies (GRCs). The smallest SMC is Potong Pasir, with about 18,500 voters. Ang Mo Kio will remain the biggest constituency, with more than 180,000 voters. Around 2.6 million people will go to the polls.