Another lobby group has thrown its weight behind the proposed demolition of Birmingham Central Library.
Birmingham Future, representing young professionals, said the 1960s building in Paradise Forum was not worth saving and should be knocked down for re-development.
More than 80 per cent of members in an e-poll wanted the Central Library bulldozed.
The call follows a decision last month by Birmingham Civic Society to support demolition of the library, although fellow conservation group the 20th Century Society is campaigning to save the building.
Civic Society campaigner Stephen Hartland followed in the footsteps of Prince Charles, who famously described the library as a 'monstrous carbuncle', by describing the 34-year-old building as a "blot on the landscape" and an urban disaster.
City council leaders say the library must go in order to undertake a £1 billion redevelopment of Paradise Circus.
Cash raised from selling the site would help pay for a new £193 million library in Centenary Square.
The council applied at the end of the summer for an immunity certificate from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, preventing the Central Library from being listed as a building of architectural interest.
The application followed moves by the Friends of the Central Library and the building's architect, John Madin, to persuade English Heritage to recommend listing.
Birmingham Future chairman Alex Bishop said: "Clearly from the result of this poll, young professionals in the city do not regard the architecture of the existing library site as particularly attractive or important.
"Therefore, demolishing the building in favour of a new development gains their over-whelming support.
"Of course, it is important to protect buildings if they have a specific historical, civic or architectural value and importance, but to keep buildings in place that do not meet that criteria, and as a consequence block development that will improve the area, makes no sense at all." :