Not by me because I agreed with you at the time and got shot down for doing so as well! Also I seem to recall that a Labour MP, whose name I can't remember, said the same thing, basically that the average man in the street simply wasn't qualified enough to totally comprehend the complex issues involved in this referendum.
I probably disagreed but I would not call it shooting down. When I think of the awful decisions made by Westminster, even in this century, I'll stick with the man in the street. The mistake he usually makes is paying attention to the MPs.