Of course you realize that there are people who disagree with evolutionism within every scientific field, so this is hardly accurate. Evolutionism is just one belief system of many, and just because it happens to be institutionally sanctioned at present does not mean that it actually happened or has been, or can be, proven.
@Ambrosius_Augustus_Rex - You're right, just like you can find geocentrists, flat-earthers, people who think humans were designed by aliens... you can find all these people, and they are all in the minority and without the real facts to back them up. Compare the number of peer-reviewed articles by creationists in the last 50 years by those of legitimate biologists. Compare the number of research projects Creationists have done (I've yet to see one that yielded actual results that are consistent with their claims). Amongst biologists, the verdict is in. There are details to be hemmed out (Dawkins' gene selection theory vs. Wilson's group selection theory, gradualism vs. punctuated equilibrium, Neanderthal extinction vs. interbreeding, etc), but the basic tenets: the world is billions of years old, life is billions of years old, humans have a common ancestor with apes, etc. is NOT in dispute.
@GodlessLiberal - The majority of people in most countries do not believe in evolution, even though it is the institutionally sanctioned belief system in many countries. There are indeed reasons why it is institutionally sanctioned, but all are political or philosophical, and none are scientific. You won't fine any PHD's in scientific fields who believe in flat earth, but you will find plenty who reject evolution, and you know this to be true. In any case, no, evolution is still disputed and highly disputable. I will argue that you have ironed out none of the details. You still have yet to explain where matter, energy, and natural laws came from. You have yet to prove spontaneous generation. You have yet to produce one bit of empirical data showing that one life form can turn into another. You have yet to prove both that the earth is billions of years old and that it can be. You have problems like the decay of the magnetosphere, the decay of earth's rotation, and lunar drift, and all I have seen to explain these factors away is speculative 'just so' stories.