A state-by-state breakdown of top baby names highlights the different trends sweeping the nation.
According to a list, released by the U.S. Social Security Administration, popular culture and religion continue to play a major part in the decision process.
EXAMPLES: Mason (the name of Kourtney Kardashian's son) has crept to the top spot in twenty-two states including Maryland, Missouri, New York and Idaho.
Meanwhile the Biblical name Noah was number one choice for boys in Hawaii in 2011.
And Jacob, a name from the Old Testament, was found to be the most popular male moniker for the 13th year straight.
The classic name William won over parents in thirteen states including North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Wyoming.
While Carter and Jayden were less popular picks, only claiming the top spots in Iowa and Florida respectively.
For girls, Sophia has become one of the most popular.
The name, which is derived from the Greek word for 'wisdom' was picked by parents in twenty two states including California, Kansas and Nevada.
Emma, Olivia and Ava also ranked highly in the list.
Alabama, Wyoming, North Carolina, Arkansas, Tennessee, Georgia and Kentucky were united over the boy and girl baby names William and Emma.
While New York, New Jersey and Delaware favored Michael and Sophia.
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