Alabama: Sessions; Shelby
Arizona: Kyl [UPDATE--Maybe not--see below]
Georgia: Chambliss; Isakson
Kentucky: Bunning; McConnell
Missouri: Bond [UPDATE]
North Carolina: Burr; Dole
South Carolina: DeMint; Graham
Tennesee: Alexander; Corker
Activist group Grassfire.org has been contacting senators, and they say the following are confirmed against the measure (in bold are those not on the NumbersUSA list):
TN AlexanderIf both these counts are right, there are 20 declared opponents of the DREAM Act--and Martinez (R-FL) says he does not support adding immigration legislation to the DoD bill, so that number might be at 21.
These lists indicate that declared supporters of the DREAM Act might include Brown (D-OH), Bingaman (D-NM), and Bayh (D-IN). Obviously, Durbin (D-IL), a sponsor of this bill, is also a supporter.
UPDATE: Sources are telling me that Thune (R-SD) will also vote against the DREAM Act. So it could be 21 firmly against.
UPDATE: I see that NumbersUSA has dropped Kyl from their committed "No" list: 20 against.
UPDATE 5:35EST: NumbersUSA has added Bond (R-MO) to "No": 21 against.