Bolometer sensors are prominent and excellent choice in technology because they do not need cooling. The trade-off between high sensitivity, fast response time, and strong light absorption is a key important challenge in bolometer sensors. Here, the bolometric effect for a high resistance sensitivity plasmonic sensing of total and profile infusion of radiation is studied for the proposed bolometer sensor based on plasmonic multilayer structure at 26° C. In the present study, by generating strong coupling condition between incident wave and surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs), a very narrow absorption spectra with high figure of merit (FoM) is achieved. The analytical model and numerical simulation are fulfilled based on the transfer matrix method (TMM) and 3-D finite-difference time-domain (FDTD), respectively. The narrow absorption spectra that generate by strong coupling with SPPs heats the silver thin film that leads to variation in temperature and supports TE surface mode. This temperature change rectifies the resistance of the metal thin film by the bolometric effect. So, optical characteristics of the proposed metasurface bolometer sensor, including quality factor (Q), sensitivity, and figure of merit (FoM) are calculated that Max sensitivity, FoM, and Q are 17.2 RIU-1, 530 and 434.5, respectively. Finally, we analytically simulate the temperature coefficient of resistance (TCR) in terms of wavelength and refractive index of analyte (na) that this resistance change can be monitored by an external electric model. The proposed plasmonic multilayer configuration is a very compact footprint structure that achieved high resistance sensitivity and FoM in comparison with any previous reports. This proposed thermal, optical, and electric plasmonic metasurface bolometer sensor can be used in different applications such as biophysics, biology, and environmental science.