Out with the old and in with the new! Argentina's Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected Wednesday as the new Pope, and immediately speculation arose as to what kind of impact he would make. Those hoping he would change the direction of the Catholic Church were pleasantly surprised at Bergoglio's decision to take the name Pope Francis, as it was an unprecedented move signaling his desire to focus on the poor, the environment and rebuilding the church.
However we couldn't help but wonder how confident people were in Pope Francis's ability to actually change things up -- so we asked and you answered. The majority (55%) of you don't think he will make a difference. Read on to find out who is holding out hope and who isn't.