Smith, Johnson, Williams, Brown and Jones were still the most popular last names in the U.S. in the 2010 Census, just as they were in 1990 and 2000.

But gaining ground are surnames like Garcia (No. 6 in 2010; up from No. 8 in 2000) and Martinez (No. 10 in 2010; up from No. 11 in 2000), U.S. Census Bureau data released Thursday shows. Those two traditionally Hispanic last names, and any Hispanic-sounding last name, did not even make the top 15 in 1990.

While traditionally Asian last names did not make the top 15 surnames list in 1990, 2000 or 2010, Zhang, a Chinese last name, was the most rapidly increasing surname from 2000 to 2010, followed by Li, Ali, Liu and Khan.

The "growing Hispanic population has pushed surnames reported by Hispanics up the rankings since 2000," the Census Bureau wrote in a blog reporting on the trends. Rodriguez was at the No. 9 spot in both 2000 and 2010, while Martinez broke into the top 10 at No. 10 in 2010, followed by Hernandez (No. 11), Lopez (12) and Gonzalez (13).

"The rising frequency of Latino and Asian surnames is a reflection of growth in those populations. However, the high ranking of some Hispanic names nationally is partly a result of less surname diversity in that group," the Census Bureau wrote.

The five most frequent surnames in the U.S. in 2010 were mainly reported by whites and blacks and remained identical as in 2000 — Smith (No. 1), Johnson (2), Williams (3), Brown (4) and Jones (5). Those same names were in the top five in 1990, with one difference: Jones was more popular in 1990 at No. 4 while Brown was at No. 5.

The top 10 most popular last names in the U.S. in 2010, with their number of occurrences, were as follows:

No. 1: Smith (2,442,977)
No. 2: Johnson (1,932,812)
No. 3: Williams (1,625,252)
No. 4: Brown (1,437,026) 
No. 5: Jones (1,425,470)
No. 6: Garcia (1,166,120)
No. 7: Miller (1,161,437)
No. 8: Davis (1,116,357)
No. 9: Rodriguez (1,094,924)
No. 10: Martinez (1,060,159)

They were followed by Hernandez (No. 11); Lopez (No. 12); Gonzalez (No. 13); Wilson (No. 14); and Anderson (No. 15). Lopez and Gonzalez made the top 15 for the first time in 2010.

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