Go to Keeth Poole’s Voteview and scroll down to the link for “recent politics.”
The short story is that the predicted vote is 56-44. And, yes, alas, that is in favor, but note that it would be a closer vote than many of the early reported whip counts implied (60+ in favor). And, as one of the contributors to the project said to me in private communication, the closer the vote is to party-line, the less interesting is the enterprise of predicting the ultimate vote based on early announcements and knowledge of senators’ spatial-voting record! For Roberts, the model predicted 69 votes. He got 78. Eleven senators were wrongly predicted, which is not bad. The prediction for Alito is likely to be even more accurate, I suspect.
They also have a prediction for Monday’s cloture vote: 67-33.
My previous plantings and rantings can be found at my page of excerpts and links to posts on the three recent Supreme Court justice nominations.