There was a small contraction for the bears at 13.9%. That is from 15.2% a week ago and equals the 2015 low for the bears just before that. Again the bears show the same depressed reading that ended Nov-14. This is a lonely outlook held mostly by cycle followers. The upcoming seasonality shift (sell in May and go away) hasn't yet convinced many advisors to shift their outlook.
The spread between the bulls and bears increased to 43.5%, up from 37.3%. That ends three weeks below 40% and again a dangerous difference in danger territory last seen late Feb. The spread was then 45.4% before stocks sold off. Differences over 30% are a worry and above 40% signal major caution. Bears haven't outnumbered bulls (a negative spread) since Oct-2011.