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Required by COPPA (15 USC 6501-6506)

There are 318,543,601 people in the United States of America. If everyone in the U.S. lined up single file, the line would stretch around the Earth almost 7 times. That's a lot of people.

The U.S. Census Bureau statistics tell us that there are at least 151,671 different last names and 5,163 different first names in common use in the United States. Some names are more common than others.

There are 46,059 people named John Smith in the United States. There are 1,002 people named James Bond, 105 people named Harry Potter , 449 people named George Bush, and 32 people named Emily Dickinson. However, Johnny Cash (33 people) songs aside there are, statistically speaking, very few boys named Sue.

What about you? How many people share your name? Enter it and find out how many of you there are.


Q: Why have the number of people with my name changed?

As part of our constant attempt to keep this site fresh, we've updated our data with recently released last name information from the 2000 Census. In many cases the number of people with a particular name changed significantly, but the new data is more recent, more precise, and includes almost twice as many last names. Read more here.


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demographic data from US Census Bureau.
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