Updated from 7:15 a.m. with final poll resultsNEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The bears don't like the House's passage of health care legislation and it shows in our latest sentiment survey. As of the poll's closing at 9:15 a.m. Monday, participants in the poll who were bearish tallied a resounding 901, or 57.9% of the 1,555 votes cast in TheStreet.com's RealMoney Barometer Poll. Bulls came in at 461, or 29.6% of the total votes, while poll participants who were neutral garnered 193 votes, or 12.4%. The House of Representatives late Sunday night passed the $940 billion health care overhaul. Precious metals was chosen by survey-takers at the sector most likely to rise this week, while HMOs and hospitals came in second. HMOs and hospitals garnered the most votes for the sector most likely to decline this week, with the insurance sector second, as investors appear unsure of what exactly the passage of the legislation will mean for the industries. One strategist, Robert Pavlik of Banyan Partners, believes the bill is "watered down" and stocks such as Aetna ( AET), Cigna ( CI) and Humana won't see big moves with the bill's passage. Earnings on the docket this week include Best Buy ( BBY), Oracle ( ORCL) and Lennar ( LEN). > > Bull or Bear? Vote in Our Poll The poll closes at 9:15 a.m.