On the bottom of our list is Cancer, the zodiac sign with the lowest frequency. From 1994 to 2014, 9.01% of all births in the United States were Cancers, making it the most common zodiac sign.
Virgos are the second most common zodiac sign, accounting for 8.95% of births in the United States.
The third least uncommon zodiac sign is Leo, which accounted for 8.88% of births in the United States from 1994 to 2014.
The difference between Gemini and Leo in terms of rarity is 5%, the largest differential between any two adjacent rankings.
Leos are known for their generosity and compassion. They exhibit arrogance and dominance. They enjoy being in the spotlight and wish to be revered by all.
Taurus is the seventh rarest zodiac sign, accounting for 8.33% of US births from 1994 to 2014. Individuals born between April 20 and May 20 are Taureans.
Scorpio is the sixth-rarest zodiac sign, accounting for 8.2 percent of US births between 1994 and 2014. Those born between October 23 and November 21 are Scorpios.
With 8.13 percent of the United States' population being born between February 19 and March 20, Pisces is the fifth rarest zodiac sign.
The zodiac sign Sagittarius is the fourth-least common. In the United States, 8.06 percent of all births occur between November 22 and December 21.
Aquarius is the third rarest zodiac sign, with 8.05 percent of births in the United States.
Aries is the second-rarest zodiac sign, accounting for 8.02 percent of US births. The first astrological sign of the ecliptic is Aries.
7.5% of the United States' population was born between December 22 and January 19, making Capricorn the rarest zodiac sign.