I live in a midwestern town (US) of about 100,000. Really popular girl names here include:
I honestly haven't encountered too many Isabellas, Sophias and Avas around here. Olivia is rampant, though.
I live in a rural suburb (is there such thing?), situated relatively near the seaside. Our village is about a 40 minute drive from a large city, so its perfect. We're close enough for shopping and far enough for peace :)
Names common in my area include...
I'll do the children/ex children [by this I mean used to live here] on my street [County town in England]:
We don't live in a proper neighborhood. We live in the semi-country, about a 10 minute drive from a small town (3,500 people) that's about 20 minutes outside a city of nearly 200,000 people.
I honestly cannot think of two kids with the same name but a lot of the kids have popular names. At daycare, I can think of:
I live in the midwestern U.S. in a university town of about 30,000 people. Lots of people in town, and especially in my neighborhood, work for the university. My neighborhood would be classified as middle to upper middle class. There are tons of kids in my neighborhood. Here are some names that repeat more than once in our area:
I live in a very affluent, upper-middle class area of Long Island. The village I live in has a population of just over 500, and our three immediate neighboring villages have a combined population of about 2,500. So in total I'm looking at an area of about 3,000 people.
Popular names in the area are...
I live in an affluent San Francisco suburb with a heavy White and Asian population.
The two names I see the most of are Kiera/Keira/Kira/Kyra and Cameron (My name!)- more than 5 of each at my school alone.
I can't recall any other specific names, but there's a lot of really popular names from the late nineties, some dated names, and a suprising number of names popular now- Olivias and Isabellas are especially frequent.
I live in the South-East of England. The names we get here are so varied! You get chavvy names, classic names, cool names, down right weird names, the lot!
Och, I forgot one! Dante. And it's plethora of trendy spellings (I've seen Donte, Dontae, Dontay, etc., in addition to Dante)--I've probably come across close to seven now. :/ It's a rather down-market name here, which is rather frustrating, because otherwise I think I'd quite like it.
wow, i live in a middle class suburb in the US and the only name i ever hear from your list is Aiden! Autumn seems to be pretty popular for everyone else, but i never meet Autumns.
Popular boys are:
Sara / Sarah
these are all names ive heard at least twice, usually middle schoolers... the middle school+ is usually pretty uncreative, but the elementary kids are all pretty unique. The last ones i met were Auto, Cyrus, and Arcadia...