When it comes to the most popular names for baby boys in the United States, "Michael" long held sway. For most of the s, and then on throughout the '70s and '80s and almost all of the '90s! Jackson and Jordan, Kors and J. Fox, was the most common in the land. The go-to name for so many decades' worth of American boys was forced to give up its crown to the new name-leader: Jacob. You may have seen the amazing GIF of the nation's most popular girls' names that Becca wrote about last week. Embedded in the moving image above and in the year-by-year frames that comprise it are fascinating little geo-specific data-nuggets : You can watch Jose and Angel emerge in Texas and Arizona. You can see how, in , John was the most popular name for boys in 11 states. The likely reason?
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