Sorry about the previou post coming from a different account. Different computer was logged into a coworkers WP account.
Here is my response again:
"@702Shooter please show me an example of no resolution given and topic marked as resolved."
Um...How about this very thread and the 3 people who have posted about the issue?
Google Analytics Dashboard for WP
[resolved] Timezone Incorrect (10 posts)
A resolution occurs when the problem is actually fixed, not when you post a link which leads to nothing changing.
"I bet you didn't followed the link posted above,"
Probably best that you not place any actual wagers on this. Not only did I click the link but I read that page prior to posting here.
"And the previous topic, on the same subject, where I was telling that the cache, which is between 30 minutes and two hours may affect the stats and that reports generated by Google Analytics are not in real-time."
This doesn't apply. We are talking about a 4 hour time difference where your plugin is telling me it's 4 hours later than it actually is. I'm not referring to the data but the time.
You say you have 3 websites it works fine on. Good for you. I have 2 it doesn't and both of those sites have had the correct GA timezone set since day 1.
All this being said, the most valuable thing you have said is: "Some users reported that you can fix it by going into your GA account and re-Save the timezone settings."
Like shoestringwebs, I will give this a try and report back. Thank you for the suggestion.