The property of electricity that pushes and moves it along a circuit is called

(4) voltage.


Voltage, in choice "4," is the correct answer. A force is always needed to make electric current flow through a circuit. The force that drives the current through a wire or other material is called voltage. Choice "2" is wrong because amperage is a measure of the electricity flow rate. Just as the name implies, "Resistance" is the process of impeding electrical flow, so option "3" is also wrong. Choice "4" is the correct answer.

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