I live in multicultural area in the US, close enough to big a metropolis area to be influenced by it, but far enough away to be separate if that make sense. here's the ones I hear most commonly
I tried to include those I hear as often more often than the national Top 100
I live in the southern US also, Alabama to be exact. A lot of the names you listed are popular here too.
Girls: Avery, Caroline, Lucy, Hadley, Riley, Claire, Clara, Madison, Emily, Allison, Alaina, Lauren, Sara, Grace, Emma, Addilyn, Addison, SOPHIA- I think I know about 10 little girls around here names this!!!, as well as Sophie
Boys: Hunter, BRANTLEY- the most popular, Jusin, Brayden, Gavin, Aidan, Tyler, Taylor, Jaden, Cason, Carson, Mason.
I'm from all over the place. Here's a sampling from the last three places I've lived.
Boston: Oliver, Ava, Charlotte, Finn, Coco (full first name)
Hick town in New England: Braylee, Braden, Madisyn, Peyton...your basic syllable mix-and-match names
A borough in New York City: Maeve (more than one), Mabel, Claire, Dante, Ryder, Clementine, Kael
I live in a large city in northern Florida. We live in an affluent gated community. Names that are common in this area are Samuel, Ethan, Kate, Jack, Alex, etc.
I teach thirty minutes away in a working class neighborhood. Names that are popular at our school are Haley (and every spelling imaginable), Kaylee (and some crazy spellings), Breanna, Samuel, Kaden, Hayden, Brayden, Mackenzie, Kira, Alexis, etc.
I live in a very nice neighborhood in a major city in the mid-Atlantic of the United States. People tend to be a little more conservative than I am here. Some of the names of children around me are:
Nicholas nn Nico
I live in a small town in Utah. The most popular, I would say, are Lily and Sophie for girls and Jackson (sometimes spelled Jaxon) and Ashton for boys.
Jacob, Jacob , Jacob. Every boy here in rural northern New England seems to be named Jacob, Liam or Mason. School aged girls are all Brianne, Brionna, Brianna or Sierra or Ashley.
Little doubles I know are named Addison, Madeleine, and Iris.
I live in a large city in Maryland. A lot of the names popular here I would classify as yuppie names. There are a lot of Eve's, Eva's, and Ava's. Caleb and Jacob are pretty popular. Some unexpected names I've heard: George, Tobin, Taj, Geraldine, Opal, Artemis.
I live in a rural, but artsy, somewhat funky area of New England. Some names in my kids' preschool and daycare classes are:
Dexter (my 2 boys)