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Google Analytics mixes up my two blogs?

I have 3 blogs on blgspot dot com, two in English, one in Chinese. All of them added Google Analytics tracking code.

Google Analytics mixes up my Chinese blog with one of the English blogs.

Because I noticed something wrong with the tracking data by comparing Analytics-recorded visitors and adsense pageviews, even if the bounce rate is 100%, AdSense page views should equal analytics-recorded visitors, because every visitors at least open one page, the adsense pageviews are less than Analytics-recorded visitors numbers.

And I noticed another evidence that Analytics mixes up my two blogs, which is an obvious mistake, that data on Content Overview are same for two blogs.

1. /
2. /2008/08/youngest-mother-in-world.html
3. /2008/08/sharon-fruit.html
4. /2008/09/how-to-get-vodaphone-puk-code.html
5. /2008/05/blog-post_19.html
6. /2008/10/halloween-jokes.html
7. /2008/10/blog-post_15.html
8. /2008/10/harvest-festival.html
9. /2008/10/milk-spots-or-allergic-to-baby-formula.html
10. /2008/07/waxberry.html

These pages are from my English blog, but appears on my Chinese blog Contents Overview panel.

My Chinese blog is blocked by Chinese government because they block all blogspot dot com, I suspect if visitors from China click through by search engine results but could reach my blog pages successfully due to the Great Firewall, then Google Analytics count this as one visitor?

I have double checked my Analytics tracking code, I am sure I haven't mixed up the tracking code for two blogs, what's happening?

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