WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - The names Jayden and Isabella topped the list of most popular baby names given in Florida in 2013. New state-level data provides a searchable database from the Social Security Administration .
The searchable online feature from the SSA shows the top 100 most frequently given names for male and female births for every year from 2013 back to 1960.
The information is based on Social Security card application data. Jayden and Isabella have held the top spots since 2008 in Florida.
Jacob, Liam, Noah and Michael are also in the top five names for boys. Sophia, Emma, Olivia and Mia are in the top five names for girls in the Sunshine State.
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Nationwide last year, Noah and Sophia were the most popular baby names.
The oldest data available on the website is from 1960. Florida ranked James and Mary as the top baby names at that time. Michael, Robert, David and John followed for boys and Donna, Linda, Cynthia and Susan for girls.
Recently, a report explained how names tend to reflect pop culture's influence on trends .