What is the ideal humidity level/percent so that the air is not too humid and not too dry?
I don't know the perfect answer but from the experience I know that when humidity goes below 20%, the air is awfully dry. On the other end when it's above 80% you can feel water in the air. I believe in most places, it would go down as a rain but in some hot countries like Arab Emirates it stays in the air and it's not a great thing.
Still if I had to choose, I would go for high humidity than the low one, you might feel wet but at least you can breathe.
So I guess the answer for your question would be something in between
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