As of June 2, the College of Cardinals has 222 cardinals, including 121 under 80, that is to say voters in the event of a conclave.
Among the voters, 81 were appointed by Francis, 31 by Benedict XVI and 9 by John Paul II. Francis and Benedict XVI both chose men aged 67 on average at the time of their creation as cardinals.
They are 46 European voters, of which 15 are Italians. There are 21 from Asia, 16 from Africa, 16 from North America and 14 from Central America. Five work in Central America and three in a country in Oceania. In all, 25 are members of the Curia or are former officials.
Today there are four French voters: Dominique Mamberti, Philippe Barbarin, Jean-Pierre Ricard and Jean-Marc Aveline.