Although almost nothing changes in the top-10, rankings in the lower places differ from one year to the other.
For expecting parents who are about to decide their baby’s name, this may be quite useful information.
In the United States and the United Kingdom such information is easily accessible, but analyzing it may take more time than you have in hand.
These are names that increased in popularity, from 2014 to 2015. Not some trends based on predictions.
The data has been taken from the U.S. Social Security Administration.
We have also included some of the names released by the U.K. Office for National Statistics, although new data will be coming from England and Wales sometime this August.
These are some interesting finds from the top-1000 so that you won’t have to worry that your decision will be somewhat common or overused in the near future.