Maybe those taking TheStreet.com RealMoney Barometer poll figure this market has run too far too fast.

Despite the major averages coming off their sixth straight week of positive finishes, bearish sentiment reached 57% in the poll this week. The bears took 5,079 of the 8,939 votes cast. The bulls got 2,735, or 31%, and neutral came in at 1,125, or 12%.

In the sectors, precious metals, bearishly, was picked as most likely to rise, with commercial banks seen as most likely to fall.

Perhaps the poll participants' gut feeling was right. The market was selling off on Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 220 points to 7911, the Nasdaq Composite off by 54 points to 1619, and the S&P 500 down 27 points to 842.

Bank of America was a drag on the market today, down 15% even though it reported a first-quarter profit of $2.8 billion. CEO Ken Lewis said the bank is facing "extremely difficult challenges" and is concerned about credit quality.

Below are the complete poll results.
Date Bullish Bearish Neutral Week Ending
S&P % Change
Bullish
Sector
Bearish
Sector
April 20 2,735
(31%)
5,079
(57%)
1,125
(12%)
Precious Metals Commercial Banks
April 14 3,415
(44%)
3,210
(41%)
1,180
(15%)
+1.5% Commercial Banks Commercial Banks
March 23 2,191
(53%)
1,296
(32%)
611
(15%)
+1.6% Commercial Banks Commercial Banks
March 16 2,897
(51%)
1,620
(29%)
1,117
(20%)
+0.4% Commercial Banks Commercial Banks
March 6 2,645
(35%)
3,350
(45%)
1,516
(20%)
+10.7% Precious Metals Automobiles

Sector Total Votes Percentage
Aerospace and Defense 106 1%
Airlines 92 1%
Automobiles 122 1%
Beverages and Food Products 173 2%
Biotechnology 232 3%
Commercial Banks 1,304 15%
Computers and Peripherals 213 2%
Consumer Nondurables 128 1%
Energy Equipment & Services 373 4%
HMOs and Hospitals 93 1%
Homebuilding 214 2%
Insurance 128 1%
Integrated Oil 385 4%
Internet, Software Services 229 3%
Investment Bankers and Brokers 503 6%
Media 30 0%
Multiline Retail 48 1%
Pharmaceuticals 286 3%
Precious Metals 3,497 39%
Semis, Semi Equipment 131 1%
Telecom Equipment 107 1%
Tobacco and Alcohol 125 1%
Utilities 193 2%
Wireless Communications 156 2%
Total 8,878 100%

Sector Total Votes Percentage
Aerospace and Defense 188 2%
Airlines 305 3%
Automobiles 777 9%
Beverages and Food Products 54 1%
Biotechnology 68 1%
Commercial Banks 3,931 44%
Computers and Peripherals 111 1%
Consumer Nondurables 118 1%
Energy Equipment & Services 139 2%
HMOs and Hospitals 82 1%
Homebuilding 411 5%
Insurance 136 2%
Integrated Oil 283 3%
Internet, Software Services 109 1%
Investment Bankers and Brokers 480 5%
Media 180 2%
Multiline Retail 177 2%
Pharmaceuticals 120 1%
Precious Metals 649 7%
Semis, Semi Equipment 69 1%
Telecom Equipment 67 1%
Tobacco and Alcohol 170 2%
Utilities 138 2%
Wireless Communications 73 1%
Total 8,844 100%