Our company built a small angular 2 site as a proof of concept, http://www.jstor.org/analyze/. We have text links on the home page of our main website driving visitors to the home page of angular site. We have added campaign IDs on the links going o the angular site. One thing that I noticed is the click throughs are twice as high as the page views for the home page of the angular site. When I looked at the pages report and ran a correlation with the campaign IDs, the campaign IDs were also reporting for non-home page visits. I implemented the page name tracking using pushState. Because the site is angular, is that the reason even though we are targeting one page, other pages are also reporting campaign IDs in the pages report?