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According to an analysis released Monday by D.C.’s Office of Revenue Analysis, I, Andrew, have the 16th most popular name among D.C. taxpayers, the 19th most popular name among registered D.C. voters, and the 36th most popular name among D.C. natives who possess Social Security cards. (I’m not a native, but that’s where I fell.)

The data offers a revealing snapshot of the District as well as some key variations in political-party affiliation for a city that votes overwhelmingly Democratic. The stats are based on three sources: 2013 income-tax filings, active-voter-registration records (those for people who vote in every presidential election), and Social Security numbers since 1910.

Michael and Mary were the two most popular names for men and women: For example, more than 6,000 Michaels and 3,600 Marys are registered to vote—roughly 1.3 and 0.8 percent of D.C.’s 463,990 registered voters, as of June 2015. Still, those names have actually dropped in popularity since their peaks in the 1940s and ’50s, showing they’re not D.C.-millennial names: