NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The bulls haven't run out of gas yet, taking TheStreet.com RealMoney Barometer poll for the third consecutive week.

Of the 3,193 votes cast, the bulls got 1,671, or 52%. The bears took 962 votes, or 32%, while neutral came in with 560 votes, or 18%.

Speaking of gas, it likely was crude oil's recent run that made integrated oil the sector most likely to rise this week. Commercial banks was picked as the sector most likely to fall.

Last week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average added 4%, the S&P 500 rose 4.1%, and the Nasdaq Composite lifted 4.2% for the week.

Below are the complete poll results.

Written by William Hennelly in New York.

Date Bullish Bearish Neutral Week Ending
S&P % Change
Bullish
Sector
Bearish
Sector
July 27 1,671
(52%)
962
(30%)
560
(18%)
Integrated Oil Commercial Banks
July 20 2,577
(49%)
1,691
(32%)
996
(19%)
+4.1% Commercial Banks Commercial Banks
July 13 508
(45%)
376
(33%)
254
(22%)
+0.7 Commercial Banks Commercial Banks
July 6 1,690
(32%)
2,715
(51%)
933
(17%)
-1.9 Precious Metals Commercial Banks
June 29 2,101
(45%)
1,568
(34%)
980
(21%)
-0.1 Commercial Banks Commercial Banks

Sector Total Votes Percentage
Aerospace and Defense 45 1%
Airlines 50 2%
Automobiles 115 4%
Beverages and Food Products 71 2%
Biotechnology 187 6%
Commercial Banks 310 10%
Computers and Peripherals 92 3%
Consumer Nondurables 77 2%
Energy Equipment & Services 285 9%
HMOs and Hospitals 70 2%
Homebuilding 153 5%
Insurance 72 2%
Integrated Oil 376 12%
Internet, Software Services 101 3%
Investment Bankers and Brokers 124 4%
Media 25 1%
Multiline Retail 28 1%
Pharmaceuticals 228 7%
Precious Metals 214 7%
Semis, Semi Equipment 73 2%
Telecom Equipment 88 3%
Tobacco and Alcohol 65 2%
Utilities 166 5%
Wireless Communications 164 5%
Total 3,184 100%

Sector Total Votes Percentage
Aerospace and Defense 125 4%
Airlines 332 10%
Automobiles 139 4%
Beverages and Food Products 40 1%
Biotechnology 34 1%
Commercial Banks 432 14%
Computers and Peripherals 137 4%
Consumer Nondurables 47 1%
Energy Equipment & Services 103 3%
HMOs and Hospitals 150 5%
Homebuilding 134 4%
Insurance 74 2%
Integrated Oil 209 7%
Internet, Software Services 115 4%
Investment Bankers and Brokers 161 5%
Media 101 3%
Multiline Retail 114 4%
Pharmaceuticals 84 3%
Precious Metals 238 7%
Semis, Semi Equipment 82 3%
Telecom Equipment 61 2%
Tobacco and Alcohol 102 3%
Utilities 100 3%
Wireless Communications 61 2%
Total 3,180 100%

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