Who won the vice-presidential debate?

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FARMVILLE, Va. -- Tim Kaine and Mike Pence were on the debate stage Tuesday in a debate that centered on two other people: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

The candidates wasted no time talking over each other and insulting each other’s campaigns.

It was Mike Pence winning the speaking time battle over Tim Kaine, according to CNN. Pence spoke for 46:20, while Kaine spoke for 40:56.

The presidential candidates supported their own, with Trump saying Pence won the debate.

And it would seem a lot of people agree, including Megyn Kelly of Fox News and Chris Matthews of MSNBC.

Viewers on our Facebook page overwhelmingly picked Pence as the winner in a Facebook Live with Joe St. George and political analysts Ryan Frazier and Andy Boian.

However, CNN asked a group of undecided voters who said Kaine was "the clear winner of the debate."

A Twitter poll by The Daily Beast originally showed Kaine won the debate also, but later changed to put Pence on the winning end as well.

Outside of the candidates, social media seemed to agree that CBS News’ Elaine Quijano was a great moderator.