According the study, most people believed that the kababako could be used for entertainment purposes such as to entertain children or to entertain pets, although it was also reported that it could be misused for pet fighting.
The poll found that only one out of every two people surveyed had ever seen a live live Lala, with the majority of those polled saying they had never seen a wild Lala.
A group of animal rights activists recently launched an online petition calling for the ban on LalaKoi, which has received more than 10,000 signatures in the last few weeks.
The majority of the people surveyed said they would prefer not to purchase any of the koi products Lala sells, according the survey.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Stirling said the company would not be going forward with any further sales of the pet item.
However a 2015 study by researchers at the University of Utah found that a majority of people believed the kolabako was a legitimate koi item.
The kolapoi is a large Japanese fish that has been known to grow up to about eight feet long and weigh up to 1,500 pounds.
It has white spots on its dorsal and anal fins.