Poll: The Papal enclave in March will elect a successor to Pope Benedict XVI, who is retiring Feb. 28
With Pope Benedict's historic decision to step down from the papacy, it will be up to the world's 120 voting cardinals to elect a successor. More than half of the cardinals -- 64 -- are from Europe; 19 are from Latin America; 14 are from North America; 11 are from Africa, and 12 are from Asia and Oceana. From what region of the world do you think the next pope will be from? Do you think there is a chance of the cardinals electing the first pope from the United States?