The Staggers 16 March 2012 Web Only: best of the blogs The five must-read posts from today, including public support for gay marriage. Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up 1. 50p: it's not just about revenue At Stumbling and Mumbling, Chris Dillow says that there is no evidence that cutting the top rate of tax encourages GDP growth. 2. How many people support gay marriage? UK Polling Report's Antony Wells assesses the conflicting claims about how many people support gay marriage. 3. The charts that shame the "we're all in this together" coalition Over at Left Foot Forward, Alison Garnham shows how the poorest 10 per cent are losing out. 4. The Tory Right must not again look like we are obsessed with tax, crime, Europe and immigration Tim Montgomerie warns that the Tory right must not present a caricature of itself by over-asserting its differences from the Lib Dems. 5. Now Illinois becomes a 'must-win' for Mitt Romney At the Telegraph, Mike Smithson says that many Republicans think that Romney should have sealed the deal by now. › American investors fear divided government Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!