GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Mexican Name

The most common Mexican name is Juan, with approximately 8.2% of the male population having this name.

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"According to the 2010 Mexican census, "Hernández" is the most common surname, found among 5.1% of the population."

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""García" is the second most common surname in Mexico, accounting for 4.9% of the population in 2010."

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""Perez" and "Rodriguez" are among the five most popular surnames in Mexico."

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"The top 5 most common Mexican surnames represent around 20% of the population."

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"The name "Alejandro" and "Carlos" are commonly used in Mexico, occupying a place in the top 10 most popular male names."

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""Maria" is the most common female Mexican name, although it's often used as a second name."

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""Isabel" and "Ana" are among the top 5 most popular girls' names in Mexico."

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"The name "Jose" was among the most popular names for Mexican boys during 2015."

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"In Mexican culture, it’s very common to hyphenate two first names together, like “Maria-Fernanda” or “Jose-Luis”."

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"As of 2019, one of the most popular names for new born males in Mexico was "Sebastian.""

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"As of 2019, one of the most popular names for new born females in Mexico was "Ximena.""

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"The names "Victoria" and "Daniela" remain common choices throughout several Mexican states."

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""José María" and "José Luis" are commonly double first names, typically male Mexican names."

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"The names 'Juan Carlos', 'Carlos Manuel', and 'Juan Manuel' are typical examples of double first names in Mexico."

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"In a 2020 list of the popular Mexican names, 'Santiago', 'Matías', and 'Mateo' featured in the top 10 for boys."

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"In a similar list for girls, 'Sofía', 'Isabella', and 'Valentina' were in the top three."

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""María Guadalupe" is the most common combination of Mexican first names."

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"Despite recent trends towards unique names, traditional Mexican names like 'Antonio', 'Francisco', and 'Patricia' continue to be popular."

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