I genuinely like the idea that miners do benefit from deuterium to debris change. In the "ha ha that is funny" sense.
Okay, here I am. A miner. I mine. I develop my colonies. I spend my resources for more mines. More colonies. I sell my deut mostly or spend in on research. I build my defence for deterrent. I employ a couple of DS as deterrent as well.
Any fleet I get from the expeditions, I salvage at 35%. Sometimes I am raided, sometimes not.
How in the blue blazes deut to debris benefits me? I do not build fleets. The only ships I build are recyclers, large cargoes and DS. The cost of deut in recyclers is negligible, the cost of deut in DS is substantial. The only thing I will get out of enabling deut to debris is that my DS escort to my defence suddenly becomes much more lucrative, because every DS will now drop 60% of it's deut cost.
I am never attacked with the chance of winning, so I will always lose. But the margin for attacking becomes smaller, if deut to debris is implemented.
Another example. I do not build DS to supplement my defence. I only build defence. Same story, as a miner, I get zero bonuses from the change. It literally does nothing for me. Heck, I sell my deut in the first place.
So, that is that. As I see it, there is literally no incentive for me to vote yes, and a big one to vote no.