If you get to caught up in percentages you can really mess up the way you are winning in the first place. As a example when I first started playing poker I won two big tournies back to back by knowing nothing about when I should be folding. Then I found 2p2 and learned how to play,problem being everyone tends to copy the same format,so I lost what made me different and it took a long time to figure out what I had eliminated from my game to win again.
The one issue I have with forum banter on how to play is people stick to the line that is most often popular in poker books
because it is a way to show they know how to play poker. The more unusual responses are where you learn about a certain mindset as opposed to the standard lines.
So that said the person that has the best idea of what to do is you! You are the one that has sat and watched 25-50 hands of the players at the table and picked up subtle enough stuff that people gloss over or do not realize they add into the dynamics. A percentage is silly and you really should just stick to what you find profitable,if it is not profitable subtract it from your game for a bit and see if that helps. Add it back depending.