Would-be mums and dads in the Burton and South Derbyshire area could be forgiven for leaning towards the reds - the Labour Party that is - when their bundles of joy finally arrive.
For new research claims that half of all new parents surveyed are planning on naming their newborns after the Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, he is so popular at the moment after his strong showing in the snap June general election.
Little baby Corbyns are set to begin popping up around the country, according to the survey carried out by ChannelMum.com, which found that more than half of mums and dads questioned would consider naming their child after Jeremy Corbyn.
A list of the desirable names, compared to how popular they were in 2015 has seen the name Corbyn skyrocket by 50 per cent, with 20 children already having this name registered.
Mr Corbyn's rock star status is expected to see the name grow even more according to our sister title, the Mirror.
Unfortunately those representing the Burton constituency haven't seen quite as much popularity, with no mention in the results of any little baby Griffiths', after Burton MP Andrew Griffiths.
Similarly, there are no mention of babies named McKiernan, Hardwick or Hales – after the other candidates for the Burton seat in the general election 2017.
Nationally, 38 per-cent seemed to show faith in the Prime Minister with an increase in the name 'May'.
Five per-cent claimed to be considering little baby 'Boris' after Boris Johnson and the same percentage favoured 'Diane', after Labour's former home secretary Diane Abbott.
The research shows that election-based inspiration for naming children is the fastest growing influence, with 25 per-cent of parents claiming they are considering political names.
Away from politics "unicorn names" like Rainbow, Twinkle and Sparkle have shot up in popularity with a ten per-cent increase and Scandi names like Magnus, Freya and Astrid also on the up by 13 per-cent.
Surnames as first names are becoming increasingly more popular, especially with boys, seeing the names Cooper, Parker, Jones, Carter, Mason and Hunter appearing more often.
Traditional English names like Sarah, Emma, Penelope and Lucy are fashionable with 61 percent of parents for girls interviewed.
ChannelMum founder Siobhan Freegard said: "Names reflect both changing fashions and our changing society, such as the rise in use of many beautiful Muslim names.
"Corbyn is the stand-out naming trend this year, and we expect to see lots of babies conceived at Glastonbury or over the election period named after the Labour leader.
"But remember a week is a long time in politics and your child will have that name for a lifetime, so do consider the effects of naming a child after any politician."