It is well-known that, if $p$ is a Ramsey (selective) ultrafilter on $\omega$, then after adding a Sacks real $p$ remains an ultrafilter (well, it's really the upwards closure of $p$ the one that's an ultrafilter in the extension, but this is how they usually phrase it). The same result still holds if $p$ is "only" a P-point. My question is whether any similar results are known to hold for certain families of ultrafilters that aren't necessarily P-points. In particular, if anyone is aware of any result of the form "whenever $p$ is not a P-point then it is destroyed by Sacks forcing", I would be very interested in knowing. Many thanks!
Olga Yiparaki's 1994 thesis from the University of Michigan "On some tree partitions" characterizes the ultrafilters that are preserved by Sacks forcing as those that are "Ramsey" with respect to colorings related to the the Halpern-Lauchli Theorem. (She calls them "hlt-ultrafilters".)
This class of ultrafilters is broader than the class of P-points, as the hlt-ultrafilters are closed under finite products, see, for example, Proposition 2 of Miller's paper Ultrafilters with property (s).