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This is IE emulation version issue... IE9 does the italic thing.
If the html is controllable with you, add <meta> tag in the source.
IE10 is OK for this issue, but if you really have IE9 or less, these settings can't resolve it.
Hmm, I mistake in detail, IE9 may not have the issue. IE9 emulation (default setting of web viewer) have. (I don't have real IE9 any more.)
at the start of your html also may resolve it.
The document says, without it IE9 emulation render as quirks (IE5 !!) mode.
Fonts in WebViewer can and will always be a problems since they are looking at each users web browsers. I love Google Charts but try do avoid them when I know users can end up using different web browsers as standard browser at there computers. If you are in a virtual environment where everyone have same kind of web browsers, Google Chart is perfect.
Added the following to the header and it works for me. Thanks.
<meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" content="IE=11">