Media Technology Monitor, a research project of CBC/Radio-Canada and BBM Analytics, says in a new poll that Netflix subscribers watch less traditional broadcast television than average Canadians. The survey results, released June 2, said that over-the-top services like Netflix are leading Canadians to connect their televisions to the Internet. It said “virtually all” of television viewers subscribe to cable TV and that it’s “too early to conclude that Netflix will change how Canadians receive TV content.” But the report said “the conditions are in place for this consumer trend to spread rapidly, since the underlying technologies to watch the Internet on a TV set are already in place in a large portion of Canadian homes.” The study was based on a telephone survey of 8,000 Canadians in fall 2010 and another 4,000 in spring 2011. It found that 65 per cent of Netflix subscribers watch the service on their TVs and 30 per cent said they use it daily. Ten per cent of online Canadians over the age of 18 accessed the Internet on a TV set for over four hours in the past month, it said.