And all you needed to do to save yourself from embarassment was to do a bit of googling.As I said, I assume few if any would willingly subject themselves to such restrictions. Was there a referendum on this before ? So how do u know one way or the other ?
http://www.kanzaki.com/jpoll/2001/Most support Article 9 while Divided on Amendment
The Asahi Shimbun conducted face-to-face survey on April 8 and 9, 2001 asking about constitution. (2,069 respondents out of 3,000 randomly selected voters). While a plurality, 47%, agree there is a need to change the Constitution, a resounding 74% want the war-renouncing Article 9 left as is. Asked about the Self-Defense Forces, only 13% of respondents said they were unconstitutional, compared to 61% who said they were not. 70% admitted that Japan-US security treaty has contributed to the peace and stability of Japan and Asia, and 70% said it should be retained. Some questions are comparable to equivalents in 1997.
(May 2, 2001, The Asahi Shimbun)