I absolutely reject the notion that Baby Yoda I am currently unsupervised I know it freaks me out too but the possibilities shirt Force users have any sort of measurable “power level” as if they were in Dragonball Z, even with the whole midichlorian crap involved, because there is a real-life measure of potential, which is not a predictor of actual outcomes, that we can compare midichlorian counts to: IQ. There are plenty of high-IQ slackers (and indeed serial killers — the “Unabomber,” Theodore Kaczynski, was arguably both), and plenty of people who aren’t prodigious in any particular way but whose persistence carries them to success.
That said: Probably a decent amount. As someone else mentioned, he can stop a charging rhino (sorry, “mudhorn”) and lift it in the air. In later episodes, he can Force-choke somebody with their own hands (luckily, the Mando stops him); heal a poisoned wound in a way that draws out the venom; and turn a jet of flame from a flamethrower back on its wielder. He just needs a little nap afterwards, because baby. The Armorer’s comments about the Forciness of the Yoda species are neither here nor there. Maybe all Little Green Things in the GFFA have some innate Force connection (the one we’ve seen that was neither Yoda nor the Child was Yaddle, who was also on the Jedi Council). Maybe they don’t — we’ve only seen three, which is far below the n of any self-respecting statistical analysis. However, Moff Gideon (whom I affectionately call “Darth Fring”) wants something about the Child for some reason. Does he want him dead? Does he want his space DNA? We don’t know, and won’t officially know until fall 2020. My feeling is that unless this child is unusually famous, which would seem to stretch the “small universe” problem of the Star Wars franchise to the breaking point, the lengths a former Imperial Moff will go to in order to acquire a member of this species suggest some desirable commonality among Little Green Dudes. But again, we have to wait most of a year to find out.