Wilton, CT (PRWEB) March 21, 2007
The most popular unisex name in America today, based on the latest data from the Social Security Administration, is Jordan. It is the only androgynous name to be included in the Social Security Administration's Top 100 baby names for both boys and girls.
This is just one of the findings in a brand new study from one of the internet's most popular baby name sites, Baby Names Garden.
The editorial staff of Baby Names Garden performed a careful study of androgynous, or unisex, baby names in the United States, measuring the popularity of names shared by boys and girls, and comparing changes between 1995 and 2005. (The latest date for which official data is available, from the U.S. Social Security Administration).
True or False?
American parents are choosing androgynous names more than ever before? - False.
Unisex names always end up as girl's names. - False.
Some unisex names seem determined to stay that way. - True.
Rounding out the top 3 unisex names, after Jordan, come Alexis and Angel. Both names are popular with boys and girls.
To see the full story on America's unisex names, visit the Baby Names Garden website at