The Labour leader's supposedly "left-wing" policies are supported by the overwhelming majority of voters.
Around half of the survey took place before Miliband's speech but Labour is already seeing the benefits from its time in Brighton.
The Labour leader says the debates should be "just like at the last general election", appearing to rule out the participation of Nigel Farage.
Voters rate action to reduce household bills above tax cuts, wage rises, more affordable housing and more affordable childcare.
The energy companies are squealing over the Labour leader's proposed freeze on energy prices, warning of blackouts. They ignore the fact that the lights are already going out - for the 4.5 million people living in fuel poverty.
Unlike on previous occasions, when he has struggled to flesh out the meaning of his cerebral speeches, the Labour leader has signature policies that he is prepared to defend.
The Labour leader's new motif, "Britain can do better than this", is an echo of the title of the party's 1997 manifesto: "Britain deserves better".
He should learn from Gordon Brown's mistake and have the courtesy to get the Lib Dems' name right.
"To make Britain better we have got to win a race to the top, not a race to the bottom."
From an energy price freeze to after school clubs, the highlights of Ed Miliband's speech.