Hard to estimate how much less a punch is affected by the wind. I mean that's the whole idea, right? Lower projectile and the like, right? I mean is there a loosely defined formula for that?
In real golf yes that is the idea, on WGT I play a punch as often as possible from 100 yards in irrespective of the wind.
For me it's about distance control. I carry a 100 yard, a 75 yard and a 50 yard lob wedge. If I am 82 yards from the green I have 3 choices assuming no or little wind;
Go easy on the 100 yard wedge.
Try and force the 75 yard wedge with top spin.
Play the 100 yard wedge but punch it. It punches 84 yards. I am able to play that shot at as near as damn 100% of the swing meter.
Just my opinion but if you can play as many shots as possible during your round at full power, 100%, you will have a lot greater success at landing the ball pin high. The minute you start taking 10%-20% power off a club it becomes less predictable as to how far it goes. Factor in missing the ding and playing the shot with a lot of spin, you can find yourself way short of the pin.
As for factoring in the wind, I really couldn't tell you how to figure it out other than trial and error I'm afraid. The shorter the shot in the less the wind affects the ball.
What I do know is that if you want to make more birdies from inside 100 yards, you have to become proficient at playing punch shots. Try to have as few gaps in your club distances inside this distance. eg
100 full, 84 punch, 75 full, 62 punch, 50 full & 41 punch. Other players have different set ups but the aim is still the same, as few gaps as possible.