Updated from 7:20 a.m. EDTNEW YORK ( TheStreet) --- College basketball's Final Four. Holiday-shortened week. What have you, there's a lot to occupy one's mind. And so what if the market is closed this Friday? Quite a few market-watchers will be getting up early that day to see the March employment report, the focus as we begin a new trading week. And sentiment, as the new trading week kicks off, is leaning bullish as measured by our survey. As of 9:15 a.m. EDT, poll participants who were bullish tallied 546, or 51.1%, of the 1,068 votes cast in TheStreet.com's RealMoney Barometer Poll. Bears scored 351 votes, or 32.9%, of the total votes cast, while survey-takers who were neutral racked up 171 votes, or 16%. Wall Street expects that nonfarm payrolls rose by 200,000 jobs during March after employers shed 36,000 jobs in February, according to Briefing.com. Forecasters see the U.S. unemployment rate holding steady at 9.7%. Commercial banks was the sector viewed by survey-takers as the most likely to rise this week. The shares of big banks have been rising since the start of the year. Bank of America ( BAC) has gained almost 19%, while Citigroup ( C) has risen 30%. The sector seen by survey participants as the most likely to decline was homebuilding, followed very closely by precious metals. Earnings this week are scheduled from the likes of Research In Motion ( RIMM), 3Com ( COMS), LDK Solar ( LDK) and Micron Technology ( MU). Premarket futures suggest stocks on Wall Street would open hgher on Monday. Last week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1%, the S&P 500 gained 0.6% and the Nasdaq finished higher by 0.9%. > > Bull or Bear? Vote in Our Poll The poll closed at 9:15 a.m.