Fiji's prime minister Frank Bainimarama says feedback shows the people of Fiji definitely agree on the need to change the flag.
He has pointed to information coming from feedback teams which have been visiting a range of communities and more than 70-thousand hits on the national flag website.
In a statement Mr Bainimarama said that shows participation in the process.
He said the mood for change is strong and the challenge is to find a design that speaks to everyone.
Consultations on the new flag have been extended until the end of the year after mounting debate over the need for a new flag.
A Tebbutt-Times poll published last week found 53 percent of those questioned wanted the current flag retained, and at least 86 percent would prefer to vote on the matter.