The default view for meta.stackexchange.com is Top Questions. This list very frequently shows off-topic questions that are (mostly) intended for Stack Overflow main. Such questions usually have a number of downvotes and close votes with off-topic as the close reason.
These questions are not Top Questions (assuming 'top' means 'good'). Therefore it would be nice if a question that has a vote to close as off-topic is not displayed in this list.
Currently these questions are quickly closed and disappear from the list within a few minutes. However, many times there are some of these questions on the top of the list, which is distracting for people looking for actual meta questions (such as myself). Of course the questions must stay in the list long enough to allow somebody to vote to close and push it in the queue for others to finalize the closing, however it looks like the questions are currently displayed until they are actually closed, and not until the first close vote is cast.
To be clear: this is not about how to prevent people from posting off-topic questions on meta. It is also not about displaying questions in the Newest or Active tabs, it is only about the Top Questions page. These other pages/tabs could be used for people that prefer to vote to close from the question list instead of the queue.
Example of the current list below. The 3rd question is off-topic, already downvoted, has a comment that it is off-topic by πάντα ῥεῖ which is 10k so it is presumably also close voted, yet it is still visible in the Top Questions list, also after refreshing the page.