Well not exactly but Heather Rose Jones (of the Alpennia books) has done a quick analysis here http://hrj.livejournal.com/578239.html that shows some interesting things. Specifically that 5 star reviews tend to indicate books with a narrow reach.
That makes a lot of sense as she points out:
Do you know what unfavorable reviews and ratings mean? They mean that your book is engaging readers who are outside your narrow inner-core target audience. Not just that it’s reaching them, but it’s engaging them sufficiently to express their opinion in public. And up to a certain point (I’ll talk about that point later) the more reviews you get, the lower your average rating is. Because the more people you engage, the more likely you are to engage people who may have liked your book but didn’t absolutely love it. Sure, that hurts. It would be nice to be universally beloved. NO BOOK IS UNIVERSALLY BELOVED.
If a book isn’t reaching people who don’t like it, then it probably isn’t reaching enough people.