Rogers Communications Inc. on Monday said 86 per cent of respondents in a survey it commissioned want more choice and flexibility in the channels that are included in their TV subscriptions. The Harris/Decima survey also found that 60 per cent of respondents would be willing to pay extra per channel and 64 per cent like having access to TV packages that include multiple channels within a bundle, Rogers said. Seventy-eight per cent of those polled said they subscribe to a TV service from a cable or satellite operator, Rogers said, adding that 75 per cent of those with over-the-top services (OTT) also have a cable or satellite subscription. “Customers have told us that they want more flexible TV options and we should be able to offer them,” Rogers chief marketing officer John Boynton said in a release. "We support the government and industry's review of cable packaging so as an industry we can evolve to meet the changing needs of TV viewers." These poll results come as the CRTC undertakes its “Let’s Talk TV: A Conversation with Canadians” consultation. The period for initial public comments closed on Nov. 22, while the second phase of public consultation, with an interactive questionnaire, is scheduled to be launched in January. A formal review of the television system will start in the spring of next year, the CRTC has said, followed by public hearings in September. Rogers said the poll was based on phone surveys with 1,019 respondents across the country between Nov. 7 and 11. Results were weighted to reflect gender and age makeups in different regions, it said, adding that the figures are considered to accurately reflect the population within 3.1 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.