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Old 12-03-2012, 09:41 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by meldo

I heard or read a story about baby names and political affiliation about 6 months ago. Will have to see if I can dig it up. In short, republicans tend to name their kids more unique names while democrats tend to use more traditional names. That would definitely play into regional variances.

I'm typing on my iPhone, sorry.
I thought I read the exact opposite.

Anyways, almost every one of those names I recognize from people on this website.

Can't really use names unique to my 'circle' since we're military and our circle is ever changing.

DD's name will likely never appear on one of those lists. New baby's girl name might, but isn't there now. That does help me cross a few more names off our boy list though. Still struggling with that one. Seems like almost every boy name is already trendy.
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