Ed Miliband has said he will let others decide who won last night's election debate, but argued that David Cameron "tried and failed" to defend his record during the programme.
Taking questions while meeting with Labour activists in Blackpool, Miliband said: "I leave the commentary to others."
He said there was a choice between only two prime ministers ahead of the election - David Cameron and himself - adding: "What I think people were able to see was that choice very starkly last night.
You have got David Cameron, defending an economy that I think isn't working for most people in our country, defending an NHS that isn't working for most people, and me setting out Labour's clear alternative based on this fundamental idea that it is only when working people succeed that Britain succeeds.
Last night there wasn't one particular knockout blow but the political landscape in Britain does seem to be shifting.
Another day on the election trail and the campaign catchphrase is starting to bite.
Leaders' Debate shows was how our political horizon has suddenly changed as smaller parties did all they could to make themselves heard.