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That's sort of fascinating. The reign of Jennifer was long! When I was naming my girls, there was a website with a cool graphic showing the popularity of various names. Now, it looks like some of the best features are behind a paywall:

http://www.babynamewizard.com/voyager#prefix=&sw=both&exact=false

I thought it was interesting that "Madison" was a top girls name in many states, but never in Wisconsin.
 
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@Julia - the reign of JENNIFER continues!
 
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That was really cool.

I was curious about the boys names after you posted this...and the stats are more boring in this view.



Michael dominates the decades until finally overturned by Jacob.

Found this one out at http://jezebel.com/map-six-decades-of-the-most-popular-names-for-boys-st-1450787771.
 
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