No one. Pence came off well with a cool head. He was clear to understand and brought up some worthwhile topics and discussed some policy. But he didn't answer several questions and didn't defend Trump. He also perpetuated lies. Hypocrisy coming from a few comments about Hillary running a negative campaign considering Trump's demeanor, tweets and press interviews. Irony at suggesting that the American public can tell the truth from a lie when Kaine was talking given the easily proven lies Trump still thinks he can get away with. And Pence made to errors that stuck out. The first is that he called America the greatest nation in the world. Which goes against their campaign message of how behind/how we're losing at everything. If the slogan is Make America Great Again - perhaps you shouldn't state that we ARE the greatest nation. The other comment was his non-answer to how his beliefs have might have been in conflict with policy/law. Pence didn't answer the question and tried to trap Kaine re: pro-life. But it backfired on him. At least in my opinion it did. Pence was running for President for 2020. Kaine was running for VP 2016. On the flip side - you have Kaine who started off like a rabid dog ready to attack. Constantly interrupting Pence and the moderator made him look weaker/more unstable. I do think he pulled himself out of most of that for the latter half of the debate - but by then I'm guessing most had tuned out. I think he pulled the taxes and mexican comments out too much to the point where it just became awkward. I did like his sincerity about his having to reconcile the death penalty with his beliefs - and how he countered Pence's attack re: pro life. Kaine also suffered from not answering questions - but he did defend Hillary. I loved his laundry list of issues with Trump and that he was able to hammer home that Pence could not defend them. But like I said - no one won. They both had +s and -s. Ultimately that VP debate matters little to the campaign.