It's in the page source, nested in an HTML table cell as:
<td width="194" height="34" class="poll_row_border" style="padding-left:4px;"><div align="right" class="tool_description">
As mentioned in the comments, this can still be an XSS attack called a persistent XSS attack since it is lodged in the actual source code. This also isn't a security risk for you if you have no sensitive info stored at that site... for now. If this is the product of an exploited XSS hole, it is acting as a beacon calling attention to any hackers browsing the site, letting them know that a vulnerability exists. If they can find and exploit it with intent to implement a 0-day or malicious redirect, this affects you and your users.