1. The public want a 75% rate of tax on incomes over over £1m.
2. They also want the 50% tax rate to kick in at £100,000, not £150,000.
3. They want the minimum wage to be raised to a living wage, unlike Ed Miliband.
The public support raising the minimum wage to a 'living wage' by 60% in favour to 31% in opposition, according to polling by Survation. This means it would be increased to a level calculated to cover living costs, currently £8.80/hour in London or £7.65/hour elsewhere.
Labour have said they would offer companies who pay the living wage a tax break, but don't want to make it compulsory.
4. The public want a complete ban on zero hours contracts.
5. A majority of voters from all parties want to nationalise the energy companies.
Ed Miliband has pledged to freeze energy prices for 20 months, but wants to leave the UK's gas and electricity supply in private hands.
But the public support taking the companies into public ownership by 68% to 21%. There's even a big majority of Conservative voters in favour of nationalisation, by 52% to 38%.
6. They also want to take the railways back into public ownership.
Ed Miliband hasn't ruled out renationalising the railways, which were privatised in the 90s; but he hasn't committed to it yet either.
The public opinion picture is far more clear cut: a decent majority of voters from every party want the railways in public hands.
7. Most people want Royal Mail to be renationalised, too.
8. The public oppose academies and want councils to be accountable for schools.
Tony Blair introduced the academies programme, which involves taking schools out of the control of local elected councils, and letting them set their own teaching and budget priorities.
Polling by ICM suggests most people oppose the policy, but the Labour leadership remains in favour, and has even said it would set up more of the independent state schools.