Clinton is on 52% compared to Trump's 38% in a head-to-head match up among likely voters.
The Trump campaign said the ad will "air nationally and will be heavily rotated into battleground states". That lead is up from Clinton's 7-point lead last month, and gives Clinton her largest lead over Trump since the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll started testing Clinton vs. Trump in September 2015.
At the beginning of her rally, Clinton was briefly interrupted by a protester wearing a shirt with a picture of her husband and the word "Rape".
Clinton said in her first interview since the debate that she tried to keep her composure and interact with the moderators but that it was hard when Trump did not tell the truth.
Most voters had an issue with the comments, with 41 percent of voters calling them "completely unacceptable", and 31 percent calling them "inappropriate, but typical of how some men talk in private with other men".
Donald Trump's boasts about sexually assaulting women could be causing him to lose some ground in the polls, but it doesn't seem to be hurting down-ballot Republican candidates yet.
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Donald Trump said his opponent Hillary Clinton is "highly overrated" and that all she has going for her in this election is the media.
The approval rating for Hillary Clinton has inched up to 40 percent, while 50 percent still hold a negative opinion of the former Secretary of State - 37 percent a strongly negative opinion. "When you're a star they let you do it", he is heard saying.
The generic GOP House candidate is actually up by 4 points among all likely voters and remains stable at 86 percent with likely Republican voters in these polls.
Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta says Republicans have to answer whether they are with Trump or against him, particularly as he runs what Podesta called a "race into the sewer".
The poll, conducted over three days, October 8-10, comes after another NBC / Wall Street Journal poll taken following Friday's leak of a 2005 tape of Trump making lewd and predatory comments about women.