from my research, i dont think 'fuel atomization' has anything to do with it.
i did read something about a four stroke engine where they were seeing some different results from the fuel hitting the surfaces around the intake valve, but i dont think it would make any difference on a two stroke.
if air being sucked through a port or reeds, turned around, smashed by a rotating crankshaft/piston assembly, jammed through transfer ports and exploded into the cylinder, i really doubt it needs more 'atomization'
there could be something to be said from the heat transfer aspect, but i couldn't back it up with any evidence.
no such thing as negative pressure, just less pressure than atmospheric coming in on the carb... seems inconsquential, but it makes thinking about it make more sense.