Personally I thought Sanders did better. Mostly because he seemed more passionate about what he was saying, and he cut right to the heart of issues that Democrats are concerned about (Black Lives Matter, Climate Change, Tuition, etc.). Where as Hilary's answers felt more generic or diplomatic. Not that diplomatic is a bad quality to have, but it's Sanders's passion and clarity that is gaining him so much ground. Plus he is the only candidate calling for a political revolution. And, while Mr. Webb is correct that it's unlikely, that doesn't mean we don't need it or that we shouldn't try to fight for it. Sanders was the only candidate up there, in my opinion, that prioritized the important issues, rather than simply including them on a checklist.