So if the treaty makes it out of committee and onto the floor, what will the vote totals be?
It depends upon how many are there and what degree of evil Harry Reid thinks he can sneak by. Treaties have been ratified without any committee vote, no record of a quorum, and no recorded vote. "Two thirds of Senators present." has been a critical (and intentional) flaw in the Constitution ever since Patrick Henry pointed it out at the Virginia Ratifying Convention. As a result, a treaty can be ratified legally with as few as 34 votes today, but I doubt "legally" would constrain Harry Reid one bit if he thought he could get away with it.
So, you tell me. In a lame duck session and facing an incoming wave of conservatives, I'd bet "not many." While we do have DeMint, we don't have a Jesse Helms on the watch. Hence, pandering your statist complacency is a treasonous thing to do.