Two Utah cities are in the top 10 of a national survey -- though they'd prefer not to be.
Provo is number 8...and Salt Lake, number 3...on a list of cities where poverty -- in the suburbs -- is skyrocketing.
According to the Brookings Institution, the percentage of those in poverty, living just outside Provo -- in the suburbs -- jumped 128-percent from 2000 to 2011.
The Salt Lake suburbs' jump, over the same period, was 142-percent.
Other western cities in the top 10 include: Denver, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Boise.