Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said the economic recovery "wouldn't have happened" without the Liberal Democrats being part of the government.
Speaking to ITV News' political correspondent Carl Dinnen, the Liberal Democrat leader said: "You can't create an economic recovery without having a stable government.
"The Conservatives wouldn't have been able to do it without the Liberal Democrats, the Liberal Democrats wouldn't have been able to do it without the Conservatives."
The Chancellor has hailed today's figures as a major milestone and there is a lot of optimism, but is it being felt by ordinary people?
The IMF has again raised its forecasts for Britain's GDP growth - just a year after warning that the Chancellor was "playing with fire".