I love my Yoast plugins, but unfortunately I had to disable this one to get my GA In-Page Analytics to load on my Genesis site. I got the same ga.js error that many people get. I verified that my site URL and GA profile URL were the same. I also tried not ignoring admins, but that didn't work either. Cleared all my caches, too.
I did have to set the plugin to work manually as Google Content Experiments required the Experiment code to load first before GA code, so I put Yoast's manual tracking reference code in the footer hook of my Genesis theme site. But it still tracks data normally in GA, so there don't appear to be issues regarding the code itself or its placement.
However, when I swapped the Yoast plugin code with the full GA tracking code in my footer hook, IPA worked just fine. So I have to assume that the problem is something in the Yoast plugin that prevents ga.js from being accessed.
Any other ideas? I'd still like to use the plugin, but if I have to skip this and just have the manual code in my footer hook to get IPA to work, then that's what I'll have to do.