I know this seems like a thread destined for purgatory but hear me out; this is a real health-related issue and I think the results might be surprising. One of the things I used to get yelled at for was using so much toilet paper that it clogged the toilet (regardless of whether I unclogged it myself or not.) This was in conflict with what I had been taught before, which was to 'wipe until it's clean no matter what'. For a while, I was flushing twice: once after pooping and another time for all the TP.
When I started eating gluten-free and, apparently, digesting food better, that kind of stopped happening and I even get poops sometimes where the TP comes up clean on the first wipe (no, I'm not missing the hole.)
I think in really bad cases I might have been using upwards of 100-150 sheets per poop. It's hard to keep track past a certain point because all you can focus on is HOLY CRAP JUST WIPE OFF ALREADY. Nowadays I only need maybe 15-30 sheets on a good one, 50-60 if it's a little mushy.
Some of this might have to do with technique, so I open the floor to discussion; a good wad for wiping the whole thing, for me, contains probably 10-15 sheets, whereas a little multi-layer finger-cover to catch those last little bits can be made with 4-6.
The thickness of your tissue may matter as well; my family tends to go for the cheapest brand that has the metrics they're after, regardless of other factors, so I am usually using a 2-ply or 3-ply type which is textured but not 'quilted' I guess.