Don't you think it's necessary for each American citizen to know/memorize our each state's constitution or at least the state they used to live in ? (it is in my opinion) what do you think ?
Not really but everyone should have some knowledge of them to an extent. They should read it during their school years to gain that knowledge but it's not really necessary.
Make it into a rap "song" and many citizens will have it memorized in a few days.
To try and give you a meaningful answer, I just checked out the Texas State Constitution.
The Preamble has 12 pages in it.
Article 1 (of 17 articles) has 33 sections in it, covering 11 pages.
It turns out that Texas has the second longest state constitution, Vermont has the shortest.
Here's a link to a map of the number of words in each state constitution:
No ... But they should know how to find it.
I don't have the national Constitution memorized ... But I have a pocket reference of it.
I don't have my state Constitution memorized ... But I know how to find it online, or at a local library.
At my age I'm lucky to remember what I ate yesterday