In terms of the frequency of our name, that is. If you go here, you'll find an interesting analysis of the shift in the demography of the US.
Step aside Moore and Taylor. Welcome Garcia and Rodriguez.
Smith remains the most common surname in the United States, according to a new analysis released yesterday by the Census Bureau. But for the first time, two Hispanic surnames — Garcia and Rodriguez — are among the top 10 most common in the nation, and Martinez nearly edged out Wilson for 10th place.
Campbell, I'm happy to say, climbed three spaces.