Hi @sethregan, thanks for the question. The #1 reason for this behavior you describe, is that there is both an analytics number input to the Analytics field in the Analytics tab of site settings, AND there is a google analytics script being used in the head of the site or site pages.
The analytics setting should be one or the other, but not both. When both are present, Google does not know whether to use Google Classic Analytics (analytics field in the Analytics tab) or Google Universal Analytics (the google script in the header of the site or site page).
Usually removing the UA number from the Analytics field of the Analytics tab in Site Settings, and then republishing the site, will enable google to read and track the analytics properly.
If you can provide a link to the page not getting tracked, I can run a test to see if this above is the case, or you can just remove the extra analytic and then check in google if new site visitors to the page are shown.
Thanks in advance!