These stats aren't anywhere near enough to give any real answers. How they play postflop is huge, as is our image, how light they stack, yadda yadda yadda.
Something to note is that against good players (ie: play well in 3bet pots, don't give up easily) in general we want to 3bet a polarized range in position, and a non-polarized range out of position (stolen from balugawhale). In other words we're only 3betting for value OOP since it's going to be a million times harder to bluff; villain can float us, raise our cbet tiny and just make our life hell. IP, we can now throw in those bluffs (67s, 22, J9s etc) because we have the power of position and can take it down more often, and we flat hands that we don't want to face a 4bet with, but that are ahead of villain's range (KQ/AJ for ex).
Against bad players who fold well to 3bets you can do polarized everywhere since they give up so easily you don't need to worry about position.