The interface lists all the questions that the [University of Chicago's General Social Survey] asks and allows you to plot variables against each other to see what pops out. I did that for a while, generating nothing of any value, until I finally discovered something of vital importance: one of the questions on the 2006 GSS was, “How many people named Kevin are you acquainted with?” And there was even a followup question: “How many of those people named Kevin do you trust?”
I had to find out.
Apparently, people called Kevin are not considered particularly trustworthy.
Number of Kevins on the National Review masthead: three.
No similar research is presently available on people named Jonah, Ramesh, or Kathryn Jean.