Bears Give Bulls a Drubbing in Poll - TheStreet

When the major stock averages tanked last week, they took bullish sentiment along with them in TheStreet.com RealMoney Barometer survey.

Bearish outlook came in at more than 1,000 votes, with bears numbering 1,021, or 46% of the 2,201 cast. The bears' victory also snapped the bulls' five-week hold on the poll. Bullish votes came in at 764, or 35%, with neutral notching 416 votes, or 19%.

In the sectors, once again energy equipment and services was most expected to rise. Airlines was seen as most likely to fall.

The stock market rebounded on Tuesday after the Memorial Day holiday. The

Dow Jones Industrial Average

finished up almost 69 points, the

S&P 500

closed up 9 points, and the

Nasdaq Composite

was up more than 36 points.

Last week, the Dow fell 3.9%, the S&P was down 3.5% and the Nasdaq was lower by 3.3%.

Below are the complete poll results.

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