More than half of the Catholic cardinals are papal electors. Of the 232 cardinals that Pope John Paul II named during his papacy, 50* are eligible to vote in the conclave. Canon law allows electors to vote until they turn 80. Here is a demographic breakdown of the electors.


Sources: Vatican Information Service, World Christian Database | Cristina Rivero/The Washington Post February 27, 2013
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