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I´ve noticed this less in the US than in my native Britain. In the UK, names are STRONGLY linked to class, names like Kayden, Jayden, and pretty much any hyphenated first names are usually considered extremely lower class, we would also consider irregular spellings like Jayme instead of Jaime to be tagged as lower class. Upper class and Upper middle class names are distinct in the UK, names such as Jonty, Quentin, Archie, Tarquin, Henry, Jasper, Margo etc.. although it is more common to see upper class children given 1 or 2 middle names.  I have a hispanic surname, which in the UK never caused me issue, but I have noticed that it is "tagged" or stereotyped here in the USA....