A new opinion poll has indicated that Ed Miliband is starting to close the popularity gap on David Cameron and more voters now believe the Labour leader is doing a good job than a bad one.
An online Survation poll of 1,207 people carried out after last night's leaders debate showed Miliband's individual approval rating climb 8.1 points from minus 4.4 to plus 3.7 and Cameron's rating improve by 4.3 points to plus 7.7.
The other political leaders involved in the debate also saw their approval ratings climb in the poll with the SNP's Nicola Sturgeon now on a 15.4 point approval rating, Ukip's Nigel Farage on 6.2 points, Liberal Democrat Nick Clegg on -6.2 points, Leanne Wood of Plaid Cymru on 11.9 points and the Green Party's Natalie Bennett on 3.1 points.
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.