Most Popular Girl Names Unique to Every State

Source: 24/7 Wall Street

5. California: Raylene
> Location quotient: 5.7 times more common than nationwide
> Number of baby girls named Raylene in last 20 years: 656
> Most and 2nd most popular baby girl name: Emily (52,334), Isabella (51,347)

Source: 24/7 Wall Street

6. Colorado: Aspen
> Location quotient: 6.7 times more common than nationwide
> Number of baby girls named Aspen in last 20 years: 1,158
> Most and 2nd most popular baby girl name: Emma (6,112), Olivia (5,907)

Source: 24/7 Wall Street

7. Connecticut: Maeve
> Location quotient: 4.8 times more common than nationwide
> Number of baby girls named Maeve in last 20 years: 409
> Most and 2nd most popular baby girl name: Olivia (5,031), Emma (4,530)

Source: 24/7 Wall Street

8. Delaware: Gianna
> Location quotient: 4.1 times more common than nationwide
> Number of baby girls named Gianna in last 20 years: 323
> Most and 2nd most popular baby girl name: Olivia (1,123), Emily (1,026)

Source: 24/7 Wall Street

9. Florida: Carlota
> Location quotient: 7.4 times more common than nationwide
> Number of baby girls named Carlota in last 20 years: 133
> Most and 2nd most popular baby girl name: Isabella (27,353), Sophia (20,663)

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